Data Evolution on HBase using Kiji by Adam Kunicki of Wibidata

  • January 30, 2014 · 6:30 PM

Abstract:

Data changes over time often requiring carefully planned changes to database tables and application code. KijiSchema integrates best practices with serialization, schema design & evolution, and metadata management common in NoSQL storage solutions. In particular, KijiSchema provides strong guarantees of schema evolution and validation of reads and writes issued by application code. 

We'll be looking at how you can take advantage of KijiSchema in your HBase applications, especially if you're new to HBase.

The Kiji Project is a modular, open-source framework that enables developers and analysts to collect, analyze and use data in real-time applications.

Developers are using Kiji to build:


• Product and content recommendation systems

• Risk analysis and fraud monitoring

• Customer profile and segmentation applications

• Energy usage analytics & reporting


Bio: 
Adam joined the Field Engineering team at WibiData in 2013, after spending 4 years in Washington, DC working on ETL pipelines into Accumulo and high speed network protocol processing algorithms. Prior to that he spent 3 years working on process optimization and writing software for automated fault detection in the semiconductor manufacturing industry.


This meetup also marks the one year anniversary for the Los Angeles HBase Meetup Group. We will be raffling off some books and prizes to commemorate the occasion.

Please arrive early to check-in with security for a guest badge

Our Address: 
Kilroy Airport Center building 
2230 East Imperial Hwy (AKA "LA5”) 
El Segundo, CA 90245

Driving instructions:

We are located between Aviation and Sepulveda Blvd, off of Imperial Hwy. You turn south on Kilroy Center Drive into the complex and you will see visitor parking structure on your right (P-1 AKA R-9 structure).We have attached a map for your convenience. If you require further assistance, we recommend using Mapquest or Yahoo maps. We have found that Google Maps directs visitors to the wrong location.

Upon arrival please: 

Drive to visitor’s parking (P-1 AKA R-9 structure)Press the intercom button to request parking access .Advise security that you are a DTV visitor to attend Hbase event, provide your name and who you are here to see.Take the elevator to ground levelCross the street and enter the building directly in front of you. Once you’ve entered 2230 please advise the guard that you are here to see: 

Bala Esakkinathan 


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  • Chakravarthi(Chaks) A.

    Meetup was very good. Want to thanks Subhash for taking initiative.

    January 31, 2014

  • Chakravarthi(Chaks) A.

    Stuck at work Production deployment.

    January 30, 2014

  • Subash D.

    Parking info: When you get to the parking lot(There's a big sign that says DIRECTV Visitor parking), Please hit the intercom and say you are here for the HBase event to see Bala. They should let you in to park. Then walk over across the parking lot to Bldg 2260(LA5) which is at the end of the walkway. Sign in the reception and we are in room 138

    January 30, 2014

  • Arlen H.

    I have a production issue I have been asked to work on so I unfortunately will not be able to make it tonight. I look forward to seeing the stream if there is one!

    January 30, 2014

  • Matti S

    Unfortunately looks like I will not be able to join you tonight. Please pass the word to everyone there about SCALE 12x Feb 21, 22,[masked] at the LAX Hilton. We will have 4 presentations on Sun Feb 23 on Big Data. Also iirc we have a 50% off code. https://www.socallinuxexpo.org/scale12x

    January 30, 2014

  • Bala E.

    To All attendees- DIRECTV security needs at least 1 form of photo identification of yours. Please do not forget to bring one. Looking forward to meet you all at the event tonight.

    January 30, 2014

  • Chakravarthi(Chaks) A.

    Thanks Subhash. Will be there.

    January 28, 2014

  • Chakravarthi(Chaks) A.

    Thanks Subhash. Will be there.

    January 28, 2014

  • Christopher A.

    I'm all ears

    January 22, 2014

  • Adam K.

    Looking forward to it!

    January 14, 2014

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