What is Apache Flume?
Apache Flume is a distributed, reliable, and available system for efficiently collecting, aggregating & moving large data from many different sources to a centralized data store.
Flume supports a large variety of sources Including:
- tail (like unix tail -f),
- log4j – allowing Java applications to write logs to HDFS via flume
Flume nodes can be arranged in arbitrary topologies.Typically there is a node running on each source machine, with tiers of aggregating nodes that the data flows through on its way to HDFS.
- What is Flume
- Flume: Use Case
- Flume: Agents
- Flume: Use Case – Agents
- Flume: Multiple Agents
- Flume: Sources
- Flume: Delivery Reliability
- Flume: Hands-on
Introduction to Flume Presentation
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