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R. Javier Velez Scripting with Perl CSS260-1802A-01 Unit 1 DB 2 4.6.2018 Accessing External Sources ** This post is being reused from a previous session (2/19/2018) in which I withdrew after the first week due to personal reasons ** 1. Why do you think Perl can help Big Data Datacenters manage all of its servers? a. Practical Extraction and Report Language (Perl) is an open source language that is great for gathering, manipulating, and reporting data. Perl also runs on many different platforms (ex: Windows, Mac, Linus, etc.) making it very portable. This language is also easy to use, fast and flexible, which makes it very versatile and user friendly [Qui15]. In fact, Perl is considered “the Swiss Army Knife of programming languages; there is a tool for everyone” [Qui15]. It is for these reason that Perl would be a great fit for Big Data Datacenters. Perl can help administrators maintain, fix, and update servers covering a large area, while the company still grows.
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  • Spring '16
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