Beyond MapReduce [Clash of The Titans Series]

The Beyond MapReduce panel will explore what’s driving new data processing models in Hadoop. We’ll discuss how the competitive landscape is shaping vendor choices and potential trade-offs for Hadoop users.

Confirmed Speakers:

Doug Cutting, Chief Architech at Cloudera

MC Srivas, CTO and Co-Founder at MapR

Shankar Venkataraman, IBM Distinguished Engineer, Chief Architect - BigInsights

Milind Bhandarkar, Chief Scientist at Pivotal

Matei Zaharia, CTO at DataBricks

Arun Murthy, Founder and Architect at Hortonworks

Moderated by Nick Heudecker, Research Director at Gartner

Agenda:

6:00-6:50pm: Registration & pre-party

6:50-7:10pm: Introduction 

7:10-8:10pm: Panel discussion

8:10-8:30pm: Q&A session

8:30-9:00pm: Networking session


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  • Pashu P.

    The video recording is now....LIVE! Watch, like, share this epic and historic panel discussion http://bit.ly/UdqyPY

    June 5

  • Pranab G.

    Responses from the panel members were, for the most part what was expected. I wish there was someone in the panel from the user side with large scale Hadoop deployment.

    2 · June 1

  • Roger C.

    Better have food coz so many companies involved.

    May 30

    • T. M. R.

      Roger - Perhaps we should charge for the events?

      May 31

  • John T.

    Thank you to The Hive for setting up another great event. Where else do you get such a line up, and a great moderator?

    2 · May 30

  • C. M.

    Enjoyed the panel. My photos from the panel are at http://bit.ly/MRHivP, viewable by non-FBers also using this link. Feel free to tag people you recognize!

    May 30

  • Nirav

    Unique experience to see such talented and market leading people going to classroom battle. If I could ask one more question it would be "What is the future look like for real-time analytics where we have million of data per second. Do tools like impala, drill, dremel up for it?"

    1 · May 30

    • William L.

      For real-time analytics, Spark and Storm are more relevant. Dremel is Google's proprietary technology on BigQuery, while Apache Drill is not available yet. Plus, these are all interactive query tools, which I don't deem the same as "real-time analytics" tools.

      May 30

  • William L.

    The mention of "data governance" "west of Sacramento" was frank and insightful. On this front, Sentry and other similar components will alleviate data security concerns in big corporations, and help drive deeper enterprise adoption.

    May 29

    • William L.

      I meant, "data governance" "EAST of Sacramento".

      May 30

  • David B.

    Very nice meetup of professionals talking frankly!

    1 · May 30

  • Philip H.

    It was educational and great fun!

    1 · May 30

  • Pashu P.

    Pictures of the event are now LIVE on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/HiveData - Stay tuned for the video recording. It will be up (and high quality) by the end of the next week.

    2 · May 29

  • Baswaraju

    It was an excellent discussion.they are perfect match for the title 'clash of titans'. Titans are smart and experts in their fields.

    2 · May 29

  • William L.

    I agree with Doug that Hadoop as an open-source platform now offers a variety of data processing options to technical users.

    On the other hand, the credit goes to Cloudera, Hortonworks, MapR, Pivotal, and other vendors, for bringing Hadoop to the mainstream. The availability of commercial support (from these vendors) has been, and will continue to be, a deciding factor in enterprise adoption of Big Data.

    As many executives will tell you, "I can't just pick an open-source technology without knowing there is someone I can call."

    That's the business value they bring to Hadoop.

    That's how they help Hadoop thrive.

    2 · May 29

  • William L.

    The meetup was great on technical details, but light on business visions.

    One of the questions from the audience was why it was so hard to teach Hadoop to non-techies. The question itself speaks volumes about a huge skill gap, between techies who dream in binary numbers, and business or semi-technical people who can barely structure a three-line SQL select statement.

    In this aspect, the future belongs to technologies that help bridge that gap:
    1. The likes of Hive and Impala that leverage the existing pool of SQL-savvy business analysts.
    2. Search technologies such as Solr and Elasticsearch, which one day may allow anyone who can Google to search for information in a Hadoop cluster.
    3. Visualization tools (e.g., Kibana, Tableau) that communicate insights and trends to executives and a broader audience in an intuitive way.

    Now that's "Beyond MapReduce".

    4 · May 29

  • dirk h.

    Very lively discussion by a celebrity-like panel.

    1 · May 29

  • Shankar S.

    Kudos to the www.hivedata.com team for being able to get such a great group of speakers.

    5 · May 29

  • Anwar H.

    Counting the mins to hear the prime story.

    May 29

  • Patrick D.

    This is the MapReduce Dream Team
    Impressive!
    See ya at 6

    2 · May 29

  • Jason Z.

    no

    May 29

  • Dagny T

    Any DataStax Developer Advocates attending? Wanted to hear about DB options with some of these stacks.

    May 29

  • Vijay B.

    Is this being Streamed ? I cannot attend in person.

    May 28

    • Pashu P.

      It will be recording and share on our YouTube channel (hive mumble) stay tuned!

      2 · May 28

  • Rishabh S.

    Coming

    May 28

  • T. M. R.

    Over $100 Billion in new equity value is going to come from the company founders and key execs at tomorrow's event! I am looking forward to seeing you all at what promises to be a very exciting event.

    Please let your friends know also.

    4 · May 28

  • Yoshi T.

    Hi

    May 25

  • sameer c.

    Ravi & team: keep up the great work. Always look forward to The Hive meetup sessions -- thanks.

    3 · May 20

  • Katie T.

    What a great group of speakers!

    6 · May 20

    • T. M. R.

      Katie - Welcome to THe Hive!

      1 · May 20

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