Slides and Video from My Talk at PDC 2019

I got a chance to speak to Hadoop folks at this years Pune Data Conference held in Pune, India.

My talk is titled Admins: Smoke Test Your Hadoop Cluster! This is the abstract:

Software smoke testing is a preliminary level of testing. It makes certain that all of the primary components of a system are functioning correctly. For example, when installing a new secured Hadoop cluster, running a series of quick tests to make sure that things like HDFS and MapReduce are operational can save a lot of headache before enabling Kerberos. Smoke tests can also save you time and embarrassment by making sure that things work before you turn the cluster over to your customer.


In this talk, Michael Arnold will explain the utility of testing Hadoop components after cluster builds and software upgrades. Michael will present code examples that you can use to confirm functionality of Spark, Kudu, HBase, Kafka, MapReduce, etc on your cluster.

This is the link to the slide presentation and video.

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