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Hadoop Multi-tenant cluster setUp

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  1. How Hadoop provides Multi-tenancy using scheduler's or in simple terms "WHAT ARE THE STEPS TO CONFIGURE A MULTI-TENANT HADOOP CLUSTER?"
    Here multi-tenancy means different users can run there applications(similar/different) in a way such that each user is completely unaware of other and one user can't interfere with other user's data in hdfs such that data is secure and each user gets its fair proportion of resources to execute its applications in parallel.

  2. And is there any way to verify that cluster tenants are able to get their applications executed easily without any other intervention while keeping their data not secure and safe in hdfs?

posted Dec 5, 2013 by Abhay Kulkarni

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