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Getting Hadoop and Cassandra to play together. Many permutations of getting data to and from Hadoop,HBase, Hive, Cassandra.
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For all who attended we have spawned off a Cassandra meetup. http://www.meetup.com/NYC-Cassandra-User-Group
0 · April 1, 2011
I just opened the RSVP. 80 persons limit. Waiting list is enabled.
0 · February 15, 2011
I am pleased to announce that The Winter Wyman Companies are sponsoring the food that will be provided at our upcoming meetup. You can visit the sponsors site at http://www.winterwyman.com
0 · February 14, 2011
We need a sponsor for this meetup. Please let me know if you are interested in sponsoring.
0 · February 4, 2011
This meetup is at 6:45 pm
This meetup is at 10am?
0 · February 3, 2011
@Eric: By NoSQL I meant Cassandra + HBase, InputFormats OutputFormats, and Hive Integration. We have also done some work using redis at media6degrees for fast map side joins I figured we could work that in as well. (that is all the noSQL that i know at the moment)
0 · August 30, 2010
I would think that rather than "NoSQL" maybe Hadoop and SomeSpecificOtherTech to clarify the scope. There are too many other data stores that fly under the NoSQL banner to cover it in one session.
I suggested it so I'm down to give the presentation . I know a little bit about sqoop and hi-ho so we can bring in RDBMS, but it will be a lot of ground to cover.
0 · August 28, 2010
I like the idea of looking at this, esp. Integrating map/reduce with transactional datastores (my prejudices). I'll talk to Alex, anyone interested in presenting on this?
This might be interesting
0 · August 20, 2010
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