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Install HBase in Pseudo-Distributed Mode on Ubuntu 13.4

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Install HBase in Pseudo-Distributed Mode on Ubuntu 13.4

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HBase has two types of "distributed mode."  One being fully-distributed, with daemons spread across all nodes in the cluster, and pseudo-distributed, where there can be multiple nodes but all the daemons are running on a single node.

This blogger has a nice set of up-to-date instructions for installing current versions of HBase on Ubuntu 13.4.  The post also includes a handy Hadoop version support matrix.

Installing Pseudo- Distributed HBase on Ubuntu

Leveraging big data is necessary for survival. The question is how, the hurdles—complexity, scalability, speed, cost, reliability, expertise—are many. The answer is Qubole's Autonomous Data Platform.

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