A quick conversation with most Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) reveals they understand they need to modernize their security architecture and the correct answer is to adopt a machine learning and analytics platform as a fundamental and durable part of their data strategy. However, many CISOs fear deployment of an initial use case will be somewhat daunting. Cloudera has partnered along with Arcadia Data and StreamSets to make it easier than ever for CISOs to take the first step and deploy basic use cases leveraging data sources common to many environments.
In the past few years, deep learning has seen incredible success in image recognition applications. In this post I examine how to train a convolutional neural network to recognize playing card images from a game called SET®, explore the structure of the model to get some insight into what it is “seeing”, and present a webcam application that uses the deployed model in a near-realtime setting.
SET is a card game where the objective is to find triples of cards,
Thanks to Michael Williams, BIRT Product Evangelist & Forums Manager at analytics software specialist Actuate Corp. (now OpenText), for the guest post below. Actuate is the primary builder and supporter of BIRT, a top-level project of the Eclipse Foundation.
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,
Learn the new features and enhancements in Cloudera Manager 5, including support for YARN, management of third-party apps and frameworks, and more.
The response to the Oct. 2013 release of Cloudera Enterprise 5 Beta has been overwhelming, and Cloudera is busily working closely with several customers to incorporate their feedback.
Cloudera Manager 5 is a key part of this release, and in this post, I will provide a brief overview of some key features in Beta 1 as well as introduce some of those planned for Beta 2 (to be released in early 2014).