This year’s HBaseCon Operations track features some of the world’s largest and most impressive operators.
In this post, I’ll give you a window into the HBaseCon 2015’s (May 7 in San Francisco) Operations track.
Thanks, Program Committee!
- “HBase Operations in a Flurry”
Rahul Gidwani & Ian Friedman (Yahoo!)
With multiple clusters of 1,000+ nodes replicated across multiple data centers,
As is its tradition, this year’s HBaseCon General Session includes keynotes about the world’s most awesome HBase deployments.
It’s Spring, which also means that it’s HBaseCon season—the time when the Apache HBase community gathers for its annual ritual.
Specifically, when HBaseCon 2015 arrives on May 7 in San Francisco, it will do so with a loud bang: Yet again,
Strata + Hadoop World San Jose 2015 (Feb. 17-20) is a focal point for learning about production-izing Hadoop.
Strata + Hadoop World sessions have always been indispensable for learning about Hadoop internals, use cases, and admin best practices. When deep learning is needed, however—and deep dives are a necessity if you’re running Hadoop in production, or aspire to—tutorials are your ticket.
This year, tutorials span a range of topics that are central in today’s Hadoop conversation,
Authored by a substantial portion of Cloudera’s Data Science team (Sean Owen, Sandy Ryza, Uri Laserson, Josh Wills), Advanced Analytics with Spark (currently in Early Release from O’Reilly Media) is the newest addition to the pipeline of ecosystem books by Cloudera engineers. I talked to the authors recently.
Why did you decide to write this book?
We think it’s mostly to fill a gap between what a lot of people need to know to be productive with large-scale analytics on Apache Hadoop in 2015,
Find Cloudera tech talks in Austin, London, Washington DC, Zurich, and other cities through March 2015.
Below please find our regularly scheduled quarterly update about where to find tech talks by Cloudera employees—this time, through the first quarter of calendar year 2015. Note that this list will be continually curated during the period; complete logistical information may not be available yet. And remember, many of these talks are in “free” venues (no cost of entry).