What is Apache Hadoop (HDFS)?
Apache Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS) is an open-source file system for high-bandwidth data storage for the larger Hadoop framework. It is scalable, portable, distributed and provides the capability to run Java API and shell commands. It is best suited for batch processing of large volumes of data in parallel.
Loome Integrate Apache Hadoop (HDFS) Connection
You can connect to Apache HDFS as a target, meaning that you can bring together data from your existing data sources and databases. No matter how disparate and fragmented your data landscape is, you can easily bring it all together into your HDFS file system.
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Apache Hadoop (HDFS) Connector Solution Scenarios
There are numerous real-world implementations of this connector, some of which are covered by scenarios we have written up in our Resources section.
Integrate Apache Hadoop (HDFS) With These Systems
With Hadoop Distributed File System as a target, Loome Integrate can orchestrate your data tasks to ensure that there is an orderly migration into your central database. These are a few of the 100+ connectors available which you can use to build your data pipelines.