Hadoop Studio is a map-reduce development environment (IDE) based on Netbeans. It makes it easy to create, understand, and debug map-reduce applications based on Hadoop, without requiring development-time access to a map-reduce cluster. The studio provides a real-time workflow view of a map-reduce job, which displays the individual inputs, outputs, and interactions between the phases of a map-reduce job. The workflow view of a job updates in real time with the developer's code changes. It then generates Java sources and compiles them into a binary jar file, which can be run on a normal Hadoop cluster.
|Tags||Java IDE Netbeans mapreduce hadoop|
|Operating Systems||Linux Windows Mac OS X BSD|
|Implementation||Java Netbeans hadoop mapreduce|
Release Notes: MapReduce job submission works on all platforms. Hadoop Streaming support. A greatly improved management and monitoring interface. Amazon regions are supported. All major versions of Hadoop are now included. Multiple root directories are supported (Windows). Sample MapReduce jobs. The ability to upload resources with a MapReduce job. Support for compression codecs. Extensive documentation. Numerous bugfixes.
Release Notes: This is a major public beta of the software, including support for easily deploying jobs on Amazon Elastic MapReduce and S3.
Release Notes: Most RPC interfaces now work with all versions of Hadoop. This can be activated by editing your targets and selecting the Hadoop version for each. A new HDFS browser makes HDFS editing easy. Deployment was overhauled and the output now appears in the correct window.
Release Notes: A brand new Cluster and Filesystem management UI, working job deployment on 0.19.x, better handling of class descriptors, a richer persistence layer, fixes for deadlocks in OperatorSupport, and many minor UI updates.
Release Notes: This release also works on Windows.