Re: oracle and hadoop exploration

  • From: Igor Racic <igor.racic@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: oracle.blog3@xxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 3 Oct 2014 18:58:44 +0200


Haven't tried, but maybe running it in database can be an option ?
Some info


2014-10-03 16:35 GMT+02:00 max scalf <oracle.blog3@xxxxxxxxx>:

> Hello list,
> our DBA team(including myself) are exploring Hadoop.  Our company(consumer
> product goods) is a pretty decent size company (revenues about 18-20
> billion) and we are a big SAP shop here with all big bells and whiles (SAP
> Hana running for few modules) but we also want to explore Hadoop as a new
> option.
> Where we are struggling is, some of the business folks do want to start
> putting some data in Hadoop echo system and see what value they get out of
> it but DO NOT WANT TO PAY FOR POC.  So our department came up with a idea
> of doing a small POC(maybe a 3-4 node cluster) with the data we have in
> hand.  What i mean when i say "data we have in hand" is, awr performance
> data, syslogs from unix* server, windows event log on windows server,
> whatever a DBA can get there hands on(except the business data)...
> So here i am reaching out to community and see if anyone else have a
> similar problem and what they have done about it?  Maybe a good use case
> mining AWR performance data(from 100's of oracle system) on hadoop or
> something like that.
> I understand hadoop is not the answer to replace your traditional RDBMS
> but we are just trying to step into that big data world and do some POC, so
> the business can also jump in.
> Any thoughts or suggestion or good use cases ??

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