Architecting HBase Applications: A Guidebook for Successful Development and Design

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Written by Jean-Marc Spaggiari

Published by O'Reilly Media

Jan, 2016

300 pages

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Lots of HBase books, online HBase guides, and HBase mailing lists/forums are available if you need to know how HBase works. But if you want to take a deep dive into use cases, features, and troubleshooting, Architecting HBase Applications is the right source for you. With this book, you’ll learn a controlled set of APIs that coincide with use-case examples and easily deployed use-case models, as well as sizing/best practices to help jump start your enterprise application development and deployment.
  • Learn design patterns—and not just components—necessary for a successful HBase deployment
  • Go in depth into all the HBase shell operations and API calls required to implement documented use cases
  • Become familiar with the most common issues faced by HBase users, identify the causes, and understand the consequences
  • Learn document-specific API calls that are tricky or very important for users
  • Get use-case examples for every topic presented

Table of Contents

Chapter 1. Underlying storage engine - Description
Chapter 2. Underlying storage engine - Implementation

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Title: Architecting HBase Applications: A Guidebook for Successful Development and Design
Author: Jean-Marc Spaggiari
Language: English
Length: 300
Edition: 1
Publisher: O'Reilly Media
Publication Date: 2016-01-25
ISBN-10: 1491915811
ISBN-13: 9781491915813

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