JNBridge Labs are cutting-edge scenarios that showcase the myriad possibilities available to developers when bridging Java and .NET frameworks. The labs are free kits that include full documentation and source code to allow you to experiment with and expand on JNBridge’s interoperability tools.
Create a .NET-based Visual Monitoring System for Hadoop
Visually monitor the status of all the nodes in a Hadoop cluster in real time. Designed to work with any implementation of Hadoop, the Lab shows you how to integrate an existing visualization tool, such as Visio, in order to leverage the superior graphical capabilities available in a .NET framework. The lab also shows you how to push or pull any information in or out of Hadoop that its APIs permit.
Building a LINQ provider for HBase MapReduce
Explore building a simple .NET LINQ provider for HBase. This lab uses the Java API for creating, managing and scanning HBase tables and the .NET LINQ provider interfaces. In addition, the project investigates LINQ support for HBase MapReduce jobs written in Java by adding an extension to the LINQ query syntax.
Build an Excel Add-in for HBase MapReduce
Create a simple Excel front-end to HBase MapReduce. The front-end will allow you to view HBase tables and execute MapReduce jobs. The goal is to make the add-in generic with respect to the column definitions and data in an HBase table.
Creating .NET-based MapReducers for Hadoop
Write. NET-based Hadoop MapReducers directly against the Java-based Hadoop API — without having to use Hadoop streaming or incurring the overhead costs of parsing the stream.
Using a Java SSH Library to Build a BizTalk Adapter
Use Java Secure Shell (SSH) to enable BizTalk Server to manipulate remote files securely, in the cloud or on the ground. This Lab provides straightforward instructions to create a BizTalk adapter using JNBridePro and the BizTalk Adapter Framework SDK. Such an adapter can be used to allow BizTalk Server to read and write files security to and from the cloud, and to communicate easily with Unix/Linux machines.
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