Integrating Apache Hadoop in your Existing DW and BI Environment

Organizations are looking for a cost-effective way to deal with data that are now arriving in an unprecedented variety, velocity and volume. Apache Hadoop provides a way to capture, store and analyze this deluge of complex data. Data integration platforms, data warehousing technologies and business intelligence tools have traditionally been the core of most enterprises’ data management infrastructure. To take full advantage of the power offered by Hadoop, our customers have requested integration with their existing enterprise data systems and so we have formed partnerships with Informatica, Teradata, Aster Data, Pentaho, Talend and more.

One of our customers, eBay, is using Hadoop to dramatically improve the buyer’s search experience and better match them to sellers, thereby improving sales and profits. You can hear about how eBay has integrated Hadoop into their existing data warehouse and business intelligence environment in our upcoming webinar.

Join us for this webinar with Anil Madan of eBay and Jeff Hammerbacher of Cloudera on:
Wednesday, November 17 at 10:00am PT, 1:00pm ET

Presenters:

Anil Madan, eBay, Director of Engineering, Analytics Product Development
Anil leads the team at eBay that is leveraging its data assets to do advanced insights and analytics, by sourcing huge volumes of data into their Hadoop cluster and running clickstream and transactional data analysis for user behavior, search quality and research use cases.

Jeff Hammerbacher, Cloudera, Founder and Chief Scientist
Jeff conceived, built, and led the Data team at Facebook. The Data team was responsible for inventing and building powerful data analysis applications on Hadoop. That system is the core data platform at Facebook for improving the user experience and driving revenue.

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3 Responses
  • Raghu Kashyap / November 11, 2010 / 11:31 AM

    This is great. Looking forward to the webinar to see the EBay case study and learn how its been implemented at EBay.

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