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What is Hadoop?

Hadoop is a free software framework that enables distributed processing of large data sets on clusters of servers. It was developed by Apache Software Foundation and is based on the Java programming language. Hadoop enables the storage and processing of large amounts of data in a distributed manner, which means that data is divided into small parts and processed in parallel on multiple servers. This allows large amounts of data to be processed quickly and efficiently. Hadoop includes different tools and components such as the Hadoop HDFS distributed file system and the MapReduce distributed data processing model. It is widely used in big data and artificial intelligence applications.

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