The current HDFS Slurper was created as part of writing “Hadoop in Practice,” and it just so happened that it also happened to fulfill a need that we had at work. The one-sentence description of the Slurper is that it’s a utility that copies files between Hadoop file systems.
When a team migrates to Agile methodology it becomes bit complicated. They get confused about the metrics to choose. This is because as such Agile methods are not prescriptive and freedom is given to the team to invent the ones which adds value to project.
The key to success delivering solutions to existing organizations with legacy assets (at least in the medium term) is the ability to deliver a consistent platform across customer’s own data centers . . .
I've previously written about adding interaction based testing to expectations; In this entry I'll give examples of how each argument can be also be verified using a class, regex, exception, or a custom function.
Last time we got as far as rendering a cool-looking spaceship to the screen. We also talked a little bit about how we want to choose features: based on value. Now that we have a spaceship, it's time to figure out how to animate it.
There are a lot of very good conversations going on about the challenges with cloud computing. Storage is just beginning to mature in the cloud and there are many interesting issues around privacy, SOX, and PCI compliance.