By C. J. Date

ISBN-10: 0201502097

ISBN-13: 9780201502091

From 1983 to 1986, the mythical physicist and instructor Richard Feynman gave a direction at Caltech known as “Potentialities and barriers of Computing Machines.”Although the lectures are over ten years outdated, many of the fabric is undying and offers a “Feynmanesque” evaluate of many usual and a few not-so-standard issues in computing device technology. those contain computability, Turing machines (or as Feynman stated, “Mr. Turing’s machines”), details concept, Shannon’s Theorem, reversible computation, the thermodynamics of computation, the quantum limits to computation, and the physics of VLSI units. Taken jointly, those lectures characterize a distinct exploration of the elemental boundaries of electronic computers.Feynman’s philosophy of studying and discovery comes via strongly in those lectures. He continuously issues out some great benefits of being silly with ideas and dealing out ideas to difficulties in your own-before taking a look at the again of the publication for the solutions. As Feynman says within the lectures: “If you retain proving stuff that others have performed, getting self belief, expanding complexities of your solutions-for the joys of it-then someday you’ll flip round and discovers that no-one truly did that one! And that’s tips to turn into a working laptop or computer scientist.”

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44 ] Chapter 3 Right-Click on the ADO NET Source and click on Edit to configure the source to connect to the Hive table using the connection just created. Select the connection manager (I named it Hive Connection) and the Hive table (In my case, it is the facebookinsights table). You can preview the data to ensure that the source can fetch the data without issues. Also, make sure, you navigate to the Columns tab and confirm that you can see all the columns from the table. NET connection manager.

You have to fill in the details of the Hive Data source that you would like connect to. In this case, I have named the Linked Server as LINKTOHIVE. You have to choose Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers from the Provider list.

However, query execution, performance, and turnaround times are often decisive factors for most common BI implementation scenarios. Query responses from Hadoop and Hive are predominantly batch operations, which are designed and expected to be time consuming and no-way close to real time. But there are scenarios that businesses demand, where they need real-time answers to their queries. You could import data from Hadoop to SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) by using Hive Query Language (HQL). Analysis Services can then take it up from there and provide real-time insights and powerful reporting on the data.

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