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01: Installing & getting started with Apache Storm on Cloudera quickstart

Step 1: Download latest version of Storm (E.g. apache-storm-1.1.1.tar.gz) from http://storm.apache.org/downloads.html On Cloudera machine it will be downloaded to the folder “/home/cloudera/Downloads”. Step 2: Create a directory named “/opt/storm” and unzip it after moving into that directory. Step 3: Start the services “Nimbus”, … Read more ›...

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02: Simple Apache Storm application running inside Eclipse in a local cluster

Step 1: Create a Java project with Maven Step 2: Open eclipse and import it as an existing maven project by clicking File –> Import –> Existing Maven Projects –> “/home/cloudera/projects/simple-storm”, which has the pom.xml file. Step 3: Add Apache Storm project to pom.xml and then select the project and...

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02: Simple Apache Storm application running on a single node local cluster

This extends Installing & getting started with Apache Storm on Cloudera quickstart and Simple Apache Storm application running inside Eclipse in a local cluster to run the same example in Storm cluster mode. Step 1: Firstly modify the “storm.yaml” in the folder “/opt/storm/apache-storm-1.1.1/conf” … Read more ›...

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