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Integrating Distributed Hadoop System into the Existing Infrastructure

Stefka Petrova (), Liliya Mileva (), Pavel Petrov (), Plamen Yankov () and Julian Vasilev ()
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Stefka Petrova: University of Economics Varna, Bulgaria
Liliya Mileva: University of Economics Varna, Bulgaria
Pavel Petrov: University of Economics Varna, Bulgaria
Plamen Yankov: University of Economics Varna, Bulgaria

Economics and computer science, 2021, issue 1, 42-49

Abstract: A distributed Hadoop system can integrate clusters of different organizations. The purpose of this article is to consider the options for building an architecture of a distributed Hadoop system, so that it is, on the one hand, to integrate a logically complete Hadoop system, and on the other hand to define the conceptual framework of individual components that technically implement this. The scope of the research covers the problem of integrating remote Hadoop cluster to other one. A several findings are made and comparison between different ways of organization in data processing multiple clusters and multi-lease are made. Both approaches have their advantages and disadvantages which could be used in practice.

Date: 2021
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