Presented by Ian Wrigley of Cloudera.
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What's the YouTube link to the video?
0 · February 3, 2013
For those of you who couldn't attend, the video is posted here http://www.ustream.tv/channel/lahbase
0 · February 2, 2013
0 · February 1, 2013
great job all around. very informative. looking forward to next meetup.
Great presentation. Really informational, hope to see the video for review some time.
I'm unable to view/hear the live stream.Will a recording be posted online for later viewing?
0 · January 31, 2013
You should be abe to hear now but we will also have the recording later
We will also post the slides online after the presentation.
For those of you who can't attend, we are doing a live stream.
Details and Parking:The event will be hosted atTruecar120 Broadway, Ste 200(Second level)Santa Monica, CA-90401Public Parking is offered by the City of the Santa Monica.The two structures closest to the Truecar office areStructure 7Santa Monica Place Mall Corner of 4th & Broadway Operates 24 hours daily First 90 minutes free $1 for the next hour, $1.50 each add'l 30 min. $14 maximum daily Total capacity 820 spacesStructure 8Santa Monica Place Mall Corner of Colorado & 2nd Operates 24 hours daily First 90 minutes free $1 for the next hour, $1.50 each add'l 30 min. $14 maximum daily Total capacity 1040 spaces
0 · January 30, 2013
Ian Wrigley, Cloudera's Curriculum Manager will present "An Introduction to HBase". In this talk, Cloudera Curriculum Manager Ian Wrigley will cover the basics of HBase: what it is, how it compares to traditional relational database management systems, and what typical use cases are suited to HBase. He will discuss the basic system architecture for an HBase cluster, and touch on some of the key considerations in HBase schema design.
this is conflicting with flumeNG at shopzilla... maybe this could be rescheduled?
0 · January 29, 2013
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