You can check Amazon Elastic MapReduce, which comes preconfigured on EC2 but you need to pay a little por it, or make your custom instalation on EC2 (beware that EC2 instances come with nothing but really basic shell tools on it, so it may take a while to get it running).
Amazon's free tier allows you to instantiate several tiny machines; when you spend your free quota they start charging you so be careful.
Good luck :D On 12 February 2014 13:27, Andrea Barbato <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
As a slightly more advanced option for OpenStack people: Consider trying savanna (Hadoop provisioned on top of open stack) as well. On Wed, Feb 12, 2014 at 10:23 AM, Silvina Caíno Lores <[EMAIL PROTECTED]
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