Apache Hadoop

Definition updated on November 2023

What is Apache Hadoop?

An open-source, Java-based software platform called Apache Hadoop controls data processing and storage for huge data applications. By breaking down Hadoop's enormous data and analytical activities into manageable, parallel workloads, the platform operates. These workloads are then distributed among nodes in a computing cluster. Scalability, resilience, and adaptability are some of Hadoop's main advantages. In order to guard against hardware or software failures, the Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS) replicates any cluster node to the other cluster nodes. This provides dependability and resilience. Any type of data format, including both structured and unstructured data, can be stored using Hadoop's versatility.

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