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Moving Hadoop to the Cloud by Bill Havanki

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Part V. Care and Feeding of Hadoop in the Cloud

By now you have created a simple Hadoop cluster running on a cloud provider, run some jobs on it, and possibly enhanced it to be highly available or tried out some other Hadoop components on it. The goals so far have been centered on getting things working and exploring, but now that you have some experience with clusters running in the cloud, it’s time to focus on getting things to work well. That entails understanding how the features offered by cloud providers, as well as their trade-offs and limitations, can influence the choices you make in architecting clusters.

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