I’ve just open-sourced Arbiter, a utility for generating Oozie workflows. Check out the blog post introducing it as well as the code on Github.
I’m really excited about the project as it’s really been helpful for how we write Oozie workflows internally! I’m hopeful the broader community will find it similarly useful.
At Etsy I recently worked on a project to redo how we handled the submission of ad hoc Hadoop jobs since we were building out our second production Hadoop cluster. I’ve written up a description of the approach as well as some alternatives for Code as Craft.
Back in January I open-sourced the statsd-jvm-profiler project. A lot has happened with the project since then, so I took the time to reflect on how open-sourcing it affected the project. I’ve written up my thoughts (and included some exciting new features!).
I’ve just open-sourced statsd-jvm-profiler, a JVM profiler for Hadoop that sends data to StatsD! Check out the blog post introducing it and get the code on Github.
I’ve written my first post on Etsy’s engineering blog, Code as Craft, on the process of switching from Ant to SBT. Check it out here!