In his current role as a Solution Architect for MapR Technologies, Martijn helps organisations getting more value out of their data based on an endless number of different data driven use cases. With over 12 years of working in the IT industry, his strength is in understanding organisations business drivers and defining complex IT solutions to explore new business areas. Prior to MapR, Martijn worked as a global Solution Architect for Oracle, as well as for various IT Service Management organisations in technical and architecture roles. He has a Bsc. in Computer Networking and, as part of his education program, worked as software engineer at Rhythm & Hues Visual Effects Studios in Los Angeles on computer animations for blockbuster movies.
This post describes step by step on how to deploy Mesos, Marathon, Docker and Spark on a MapR cluster and run various jobs as well as Docker containers using this deployment.
To start with, the audit log files generated by MapR Auditing include the type of action performed on the filesystem or MapR-DB table, the date & time of the action performed and the specific details on the file or table being part of the activity.
With MapR version 5.0 being released recently, MapR customers got yet another powerful feature at no additional licensing costs: Auditing! In this two-folded blog post, I’ll describe various use cases for auditing as well as instructions for how to deploy these cases in your MapR environment.
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