- Apache Storm Tutorial
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- Apache Storm - Introduction
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- Apache Storm - Cluster Architecture
- Apache Storm - Workflow
- Storm - Distributed Msging System
- Apache Storm - Installation
- Apache Storm - Working Example
- Apache Storm - Trident
- Apache Storm in Twitter
- Apache Storm in Yahoo! Finance
- Apache Storm - Applications
- Apache Storm Useful Resources
- Apache Storm - Quick Guide
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- Apache Storm - Discussion
Apache Storm Tutorial
Storm was originally created by Nathan Marz and team at BackType. BackType is a social analytics company. Later, Storm was acquired and open-sourced by Twitter. In a short time, Apache Storm became a standard for distributed real-time processing system that allows you to process large amount of data, similar to Hadoop. Apache Storm is written in Java and Clojure. It is continuing to be a leader in real-time analytics. This tutorial will explore the principles of Apache Storm, distributed messaging, installation, creating Storm topologies and deploy them to a Storm cluster, workflow of Trident, real-time applications and finally concludes with some useful examples.
This tutorial has been prepared for professionals aspiring to make a career in Big Data Analytics using Apache Storm framework. This tutorial will give you enough understanding on creating and deploying a Storm cluster in a distributed environment.
Before proceeding with this tutorial, you must have a good understanding of Core Java and any of the Linux flavors.
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