Cloudera Developer Blog · Events Posts
Cloudera will be a proud exhibitor at O’Reilly OSCON 2013 (July 22-26 in Portland, OR), which in our opinion is a shining light in the open source community. So be sure to look for us at Booth #420!
We also want to take this opportunity to congratulate all speakers who will be presenting at OSCON. Furthermore, we want to highlight the talks led by Clouderans for your personal schedule:
With HBaseCon 2013 (Early Bird registration now open!) preparations in full swing, you may be interested in learning a bit about the personalities behind the Program Committee, who are tasked with formulating a compelling, community-focused agenda.
Recently I had a chance to ask committee members Gary Helmling (Twitter), Lars Hofhansl (Salesforce.com), Jon Hsieh (Cloudera), Doug Meil (Explorys), Andrew Purtell (Intel), Enis Söztutar (Hortonworks), Michael Stack (Cloudera), and Liyin Tang (Facebook) a few questions:
How did you get involved in the HBase community?
Hadoop Summit Europe is coming up in Amsterdam next week, so this is an appropriate time to make you aware of the Cloudera speaker program there (all three talks on Thursday, March 21):
(Added Feb. 25 2013: Early Bird registration is now open – closes April 23, 2013!)
Cloudera is proud to be a sponsor of Big Data TechCon in Boston (April 8-10), in particular because this is a new conference (run by the good folks at BZ Media) in a Big Data hotbed city.
Even better, attendees will have a bonanza of technical sessions led by Cloudera engineer-rock stars from which to choose:
Organizations of all types and sizes are waking up to the idea that integrating the Apache Hadoop stack into their IT infrastructure solves very common, near-term data management problems. At the same time, deploying Hadoop offers the long-term promise of rapid innovation via Big Data analytics. But, how do you get from Point A to Point Z with the least possible exposure to risk?
Coming to a U.S. city near you, The Cloudera Sessions are single-day, interactive events – with presentations in the morning, and technical breakouts in the afternoon – designed to help you identify where you are on your journey with Apache Hadoop, and how to keep that journey going in a low-risk, productive way. You’ll benefit not only from Cloudera’s experiences with real-world deployments, but also hear directly from some of the Hadoop users who planned and manage them.
If you’re the business owner of a data warehouse, an enterprise architect, an IT leader, or an analyst or developer, you can’t afford to miss this opportunity to learn about the very real and widely applicable benefits of Hadoop.