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What is Hadoop?

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The Hadoop is an open source platform developed especially for processing and analyzing large volumes of data, whether structured or unstructured. The project is maintained by the Apache Foundation, but has the support of several companies such as Yahoo!, Facebook, Google and IBM.

It can be said that the project Hadoop began in 2002, and after working several months, Google released the Google File System paper in October 2003 and the MapReduce paper in December 2004.

The Google File System (GFS) – a file system specially prepared to handle distributed processing, as would be the case of a company like this, large volumes of data (in magnitudes of terabytes or even petabytes). read more

Introduction to Joomla Content Management System

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History of Joomla CMS

On the origins of the WWW or World Wide Web, pages that were designed were static in nature and really simple, the language on which HTML2 rested, did not allow much to do. If you had to make any changes, you were required to edit the code for each page individually. Given this, it is possible to get an idea of the work that would modify such sixty pages. Many developers and manufacturers identified this problem and create the 90 programming languages “server side” as ASP 3 or PHP4, which together with the use of data bases that would allow the dynamic generation of web pages. This opened a way for the development of the first content management systems or CMS (Content Management System). read more