Research and application of information service platform for agricultural economic cooperation organization based on Hadoop cloud computing platform environment: taking agricultural and fresh products as an example

  • Jianting Fu
  • Zhen Zhang
  • Dan Lyu


At present, information technology has become to promote economic development and social progress is the most crucial technical factors, with the application of biotechnology and information technology in agriculture on the deepening of modern agriculture and information agriculture will be even more rapid development. Agricultural information system, as the carrier of agricultural information technology, plays a more and more important role in promoting the sustained, stable and efficient development of agriculture. Hadoop is a free open source cloud platform and a software framework that allows distributed processing of large data on cluster computers. It is a reliable, efficient and scalable cloud platform, which is suitable for simulation test in the laboratory environment. In this paper, the design and implementation of agricultural economic cooperation organization information service platform for agricultural fresh products and cloud computing technology based on Hadoop is studied. This paper mainly introduces the cloud service platform based on Hadoop, and analyzes the application of cloud services in agricultural informatization. This paper mainly designs and implements the design of agricultural fresh products information service platform based on Hadoop cloud computing platform, including architecture, knowledge base, platform interface and main functional modules.


Cloud computing Hadoop Agricultural information Agricultural and fresh products 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.College of Economics & ManagementHuazhong Agricultural UniversityWuhanChina

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