Oozie is a job control system that’s similar to Azkaban, but exclusively focused on Hadoop. This isn’t as big a difference as you might think, since most Azkaban uses I’ve run across have also been for Hadoop, but it does mean that Oozie’s integration is a bit tighter, especially if you’re using the Yahoo! distribution of both. Oozie also supports a more complex language for describing job flows, allowing you to make runtime decisions about exactly which steps to perform, all described in XML files. There’s also an API that you can use to build your own extensions to the system’s functionality. Compared to Azkaban, Oozie’s interface is more powerful bu...
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