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NoSQL at Twitter: Why / How they use Scribe, Hadoop/Pig, HBase, Cassandra, and FlockDB for data analytics?
Here’s some interesting NoSQL stuff guys. It’s a presentation about how Twitter uses NoSQL for analytics by Kevin Weil (@kevinweil), Analytics Lead, Twitter. About the presentation Collecting data (Scribe) Storing and Analyzing data (Hadoop) Rapid Learning over Big Data (Pig) .. and Cassandra, HBase, FlockDB. For those who are not aware of the said technologies… […]
If you get to work with OSGi, you often have to generate OSGi bundles. Any third party jar can’t be included straightaway in your application – you need to create an OSGi bundle of the jar you want to include. Quoting from http://blog.springsource.org/2008/02/18/creating-osgi-bundles/, a bundle is a JAR file that: Contains […] resources Contains a […]
If you want to create any of these projects listed below using Eclipse IDE, OSGi Application Project OSGi Bundle Project OSGi Composite Bundle Project OSGi Fragment Project Blueprint File you need to have IBM Rational Development Tools for OSGi Applications installed. Why do we need these tools? Create and edit OSGi bundles, composite bundles, […]
Well, this time I was trying to do something with OSGi and Maven in Eclipse and I looked out for some interesting stuff that could guide me, and here’s a pdf doc that I found to be useful: Working with Maven, Eclipse and OSGi About OSGi From an article by Sunil Patel @ http://www.javaworld.com/javaworld/jw-03-2008/jw-03-osgi1.html, “The […]
What’s Groovy? If you know about Groovy already, you may skip this introduction. For those of you who are not aware of it yet, it’s one of the most popular Dynamic language for the Java platform (JVM). It is dynamically compiled to Java Virtual Machine (JVM) bytecode and interoperates with other Java code and libraries. […]
Apache CXF-based Java Web Services: How to log/print the payload XML of incoming SOAP request using LoggingInInterceptor?
I’ve had a requirement to print the exact SOAP XML of incoming requests to one of our web services written using Apache CXF Framework and here’s what I did. For doing this quickly, I’m taking the code from https://singztechmusings.wordpress.com/2010/12/10/java-web-services-soap-over-ssl-cxf-framework/ for CalculationServerIfc that basically does addition/subtraction based on web service requests. Here’s it: and I’m assuming […]