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Wednesday, May 11 • 4:10pm - 5:00pm
Effective HBase Healthcheck and Troubleshooting - Jayesh Thakrar, Conversant

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We all know of HBase as a robust, resilient, scalable, and performant big data datastore. Once configured well, it can run hands-off for months without need for any maintenance or care-and-feed. The only occassional attention needed is hardware maintenance and system troubleshooting. Since an HBase cluster is often made up of several servers and the system could be on "auto-pilot", its the applications that may notice problems first when they occur. At those times, identifying and resolving the root-cause or symptom needs to be done quickly.

Other than HDFS itself, HBase is probably the oldest and most mature component of the Hadoop ecosystem and it is budled with a number of tools and utilities. This presentation will cover how to effectively make them part of your troubleshooting toolbox as well as to formulate your own key performance and health indicators.


Jayesh Thakrar

Officially, Jayesh Thakrar is a Sr. Data Engineer at Conversant | (http://www.conversantmedia.com/). But in reality he is a data geek who gets to build | and play with large data systems consisting of Hadoop, HBase, Ambari, Flume and | Kafka. To rest after a good day’s work, he uses OpenTSDB to keep an eye on all the | systems. When bored, he dabbles with Scala to keep him challenged.

Wednesday May 11, 2016 4:10pm - 5:00pm
Georgia B

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