The speaker lineup for the fifth annual edition of HBaseCon reflects an amazing diversity of production deployments.
The organizers of HBaseCon, the conference for the Apache HBase community, have published the agenda for the conference (May 24, 2016, in San Francisco)—and once again, the impressive geographical and use-case diversity of HBase are on full display.
- “State of Apache HBase” – Apache HBase PMC
- “Facebook’s Return to (Real) Open Source” –
HBaseCon 2016 will occur on May 24, 2016, at The Village in San Francisco.
HBaseCon is back, and CfP and Early Bird registration are both open for business.
Now in its fifth year, HBaseCon is the premier community event for Apache HBase contributors, developers, admins, and users of all skill levels. The event is hosted and organized by Cloudera, with a Program Committee reflecting a cross-section of the HBase community (including employees of Bloomberg LP,
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New Cloudera Labs packages for Apache Phoenix 4.5.2 (which includes Apache Spark integration) is now available for CDH 5.4.x and CDH 5.5.x.
Earlier this year, Cloudera announced the inclusion of Apache Phoenix in Cloudera Labs.
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