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Hadoop Summit San Jose: Next Gen Data Analytics with Apache Apex

This talk is part of Hadoop Summit 2016 San Jose. If you are attending the summit, come to our talk! If you are interested in attending, you can purchase tickets here

Next Gen Data Analytics with Apache Apex

This is an overview of architecture with use cases for Apache Apex, a big data analytics platform. It comes with a powerful stream processing engine, rich set of functional building blocks and an easy to use API for the developer to build real-time and batch applications. Apex runs natively on YARN and HDFS and is used in production in various industries. You will learn more about two use cases: A leading Ad Tech company serves billions of advertising impressions and collects terabytes of data from several data centers across the world every day. Apex was used to implement rapid actionable insights, for real-time reporting and allocation, utilizing Kafka and files as source, dimensional computation and low latency visualization. A customer in the IoT space uses Apex for Time Series service, including efficient storage of time series data, data indexing for quick retrieval and queries at high scale and precision. The platform leverages the high availability, horizontal scalability and operability of Apex.

This talk is part of Hadoop Summit 2016 San Jose. If you are attending the summit, come to our talk! If you are interested in attending, you can purchase tickets here

Speakers:

Thomas Weise, DataTorrent 
Thomas is Apache Apex PMC member and architect/co-founder at DataTorrent. He has developed distributed systems, middleware and web applications since 1997. Prior to DataTorrent he was in the Hadoop Team at Yahoo! and contributed to projects like Pig and Hive and migration to the next generation Hadoop 2.x.

Pramod Immaneni, DataTorrent 
Pramod is Apache Apex PMC member and senior architect at DataTorrent, where he works on Apex and specializes in big data applications. Prior to DataTorrent he was a co-founder and CTO of Leaf Networks LLC, eventually acquired by Netgear Inc, where he built products in core networking space and was granted patents in peer-to-peer VPNs.

This talk is part of Hadoop Summit 2016 San Jose. If you are attending the summit, come to our talk! If you are interested in attending, you can purchase tickets here

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