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Top 10 ways To Run Large Enterprise grade Hadoop Clusters – by ex-FaceBooker

Running Hadoop clusters with 1000+ nodes & processing petabytes of data is something that Ashish and his team did at Facebook on a daily basis, as it grew into a colossal site across geographical boundaries.

These experiences, the in-depth knowledge & lessons learned is something that Ashish would be discussing in our next “BigDataCloud Gurus” meetup.

Sticking to our meetup’s format, there will be no formal presentations but just the white board, Ashish and you!

The event is hosted & snacks & drinks are provided by Third Eye.

About Ashish Thusoo:

Ashish Thusoo is the Co-founder/CEO of Qubole - a startup building a cloud based platform to analyze and process data. Before co-founding Qubole, Ashish ran the Data Infrastructure team at Facebook. Under his leadership, the team created one of the largest data processing and analytics platform in the world - a platform that achieved the bold aim of making data accessible to analysts, engineers and data scientists alike within the company. In the process he helped drive the creation of tools, technologies and templates for successful "big data" deployments - artifacts that have become mainstream in the "big data" revolution. He is also the co-creator of Apache Hive and served as the project's founding Vice President at the Apache Software Foundation. He started his working career as an engineer at Oracle where he contributed heavily to many core components of Oracle RDBMS and learnt the art of building successful products

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  • James Z.

    open discussion is not suitable for a big crowd.

    May 31, 2012

  • Stephen

    Good talk but the experience was marred by no audio, no video and no slides.

    May 31, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member


    May 31, 2012

  • timo

    great session again. thx

    May 31, 2012

  • Lester

    The Q&A and conversational format (as opposed to presentation or panel) was ideal for this particular type of topic and content. Speaker Ashish was very knowledgeable and communicated a complex topic in very understandable terms.

    May 31, 2012

  • Wenfeng W.

    Great! I like these Q&A's.

    May 31, 2012

  • Dj D.

    That meetup normally focuses on higher level concepts, meant for a larger audience. While this meetup is more technical, more "under-the-covers" types meant for architects & developers & thus has a specific audience.

    May 29, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Thanks for arranging. May I ask how similar or different is this talk to an informative one presented by Ashish in an earlier meetup?

    May 29, 2012

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