A Comparative Performance Evaluation of Hive and Map Reduce for Big-Data

Ahmad Shaker Abdalrada, Naseer Ali Husieen


Advances in information stockpiling and mining advances make it conceivable to safeguard expanding measures of information created specifically or in a roundabout way by clients and break down it to yield important new bits of knowledge. Huge information can uncover individuals' shrouded behavioral examples and even revealed insight into their expectations. All the more absolutely, it can overcome any and all hardships between what individuals need to do and what they really do and how they connect with others and their surroundings. This data is valuable to government offices and in addition privately owned businesses to bolster choice making in zones going from law requirement to social administrations to country security. One of the proficient advancements that arrangement with the Big Data is Hadoop, which will be talked about in this paper. Hadoop, for preparing extensive information volume employments utilizes MapReduce programming model. Hadoop makes utilization of diverse schedulers for executing the occupations in parallel. The default scheduler is FIFO (First In First Out) Scheduler. Different schedulers with need, pre-emption and non-pre-emption alternatives have likewise been produced. As the time has passed the MapReduce has come to few of its restrictions. So keeping in mind the end goal to beat the constraints of MapReduce, the up and coming era of MapReduce has been produced called as YARN (Yet Another Resource Negotiator). Along these lines, this paper gives a review on Hadoop, few booking strategies it uses and a brief prologue to YARN.

Keywords: Big-Data, Hive, Map Reduce

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