Real-Time Weather With HDF

Balaji Kandregula shows how to use Hortonworks Data Flow components to process weather events in real time:

It’s live weather reporting using HDF, Kafka, and Solr.

Here are the environment requirements for implementing:

  • HDF (for HDF 2.0, you need Java 1.8).
  • Kafka.
  • Spark.
  • Solr.
  • Banana.

Now let’s get on to the steps!

There are a lot of moving parts there, but the pieces do plug in well enough and there are a lot of screen shots to guide you along the way.

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