Mortar co-founder Jeremy Karn gave this talk on using MongoDB data with Hadoop (and specifically with Apache Pig) at MongoSV.
Jeremy’s presentation covers the steps needed to read JSON from Mongo into Pig, parallel process it on Hadoop with sophisticated functions, and write back to Mongo.
Jeremy was a big part of our contributions to the Mongo Hadoop connector, which we extended it to make it work with Pig. MongoDB creator (and 10gen founder) Dwight Merriman also gave Mortar a nice shout out.
Here are the slides and video from our public launch at AWS re: Invent, Amazon Web Services’ first-ever user conference.
We had a great time and met a lot of awesome people, including Donnie Berkholz from Redmonk, who shared his thoughts about Mortar on Twitter:
Thanks to Donnie for the kind words and AWS for a great event. Video and slides are below the cut:
Our CEO, K Young, spoke at PyData NYC about using real Python with Pig, and why we integrated these two awesome languages. The audience asked some great questions, many of which you can see at the end of the video.
Here is the video (with slides just below):