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4:00pm - 4:30pm - Meet and Greet
4:30pm - 5:00pm - YARN at Microsoft - The challenges of scale ( Newton Alex from Microsoft)
5:00pm - 5:30pm - Running Tensorflow on Apache YARN – A sneak peak into GPU Scheduling” (Sunil Govindan and Rohith Sharma from Hortonworks)
5:30pm - 5:45pm - Hadoop 3.0 GA Release Updates (Rohit and Sunil from Hortonworks)
5:45pm - 6:00pm - Break
6:00pm - 6:30pm - Venturing into Large Clusters (Varun Saxena from Huawei)
6:30pm - 7:00pm - My job running slow? Simplified Real-time Monitoring Platform for Hadoop & Spark (Shankar Manian from LinkedIn)
7:00pm - 7:30pm - Securing, governing and scaling the analytics stack at Ola (Shaik Idris Ali and Karan Kumar)
Parking is very scarce (especially for cars). Please carpool (or even better use Uber/Ola)
Please carry a valid Photo ID
Limited capacity, so please RSVP only if you will be able to attend the meetup
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Microsoft Research India (Vigyan)
#9, Lavelle Road, Bangalore 560 001, India, Bangalore · Bangalore
The upcoming meetup would be focussed largely on "Big Data on Cloud".
(~ 40 mts per talk)
Big Data on Azure - Sudhir Rawat (Microsoft)
Recipes for building resilient cross-DC data pipeline with Kafka - Suneet Grover (7)
Introduction to Cloudbreak and the S3AFileSystem - Hemanth Yamijala and Rajesh Balamohan (Hortonworks)
BDaaS on the Cloud: Challenges and Optimizations - Abhishek Somani (Qubole)
Agenda for the Meetup:
10:30-10:45 Meet & Greet - Registration / entry formalities
10:45 - 11:20 : Talk on Presto (Speaker to be shared - from LinkedIn)
11:20 - 11:55 : Talk on Zepplin (Speaker to be shared - from Hortonworks)
11:55 - 12:05 - Coffee break
12:05 - 12:40 : An adaptive and eventually self-healing framework for geo-distributed real-time data ingestion (Angad Singh, InMobi)
12:40 - 1:15 : Apache Airflow: The new age workflow management platform (Sumit Maheshwari, Qubole)
1:30PM - Lunch (Courtesy - LinkedIn)
Please note : All attendees must carry one government ID proof
Contact Happy Arora ([masked]) & Atul Aggarwal ([masked]) for details about parking or directions, in case of need.
* Due to security at the hosts' office (LinkedIn), we are unable to admit anyone who is not on the RSVP/waiting list before Fri Noon (Aug 26th). RSVP closes 8/26 11:30 AM.
* Registration is mandatory for the same reason
* Since there is limited seating capacity, please do RSVP only if you are able to attend the meetup.
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Linkedin technology information private Ltd
Global Technology Park,, Service Rd, Bellandur, Bengaluru, Karnataka · Bangalore
3:30 - 4:15
Registration, meet and greet
4:15 - 4:50
Future of Hadoop - Arun C Murthy (Hortonworks)
4:50 - 5:25
Real time user insights generation using spark streaming and time partitioning of ML features - Sandeep Kohli and Vibhor (Flipkart)
5:25 - 6:00
Highly Available Yarn Resource Manager - Using SQL Store - Lavkesh Lahngir (InMobi)
6:00 - 6:35
Introduction to ceph, use cases and lessons from production deployment - Giridhar Yasa (Flipkart)
We are planning to have separate General & Deep dive meetups going forward. This one is going to be a general meetup.
1. An introduction to Ambari - Dipayan Bhowmick (Hortonworks)
2. A Date with Hadoop Ops Engineer – Sivakumar K, Aneesh Karunakaran (Inmobi)
3. DC migration and tuning Hadoop for Big Billion Scale – Chetna Chaudhari (Flipkart)
4. Anti patterns in Hadoop Cluster Deployment with respect to usecase scenarios – Rohit Sharma, Naganarasimha G R and Sunil Govind (Huawei)
Royal Orchid Hotels Ltd. #1, Golf Avenue, Adjoining KGA Golf Course, HAL Airport Road, Kodihalli, Bangalore[masked] Karnataka Telephone: [masked], Web Site: http://www.royalorchidhotels.com
Time Slot Booked: 2:00PM to 6:00PM Hi-tea/ cookies/Snacks will be provided
Contact Person @ Royal Orchid Hotel: Ms. Maina @[masked]
Agenda for the event:
4:00pm - Networking, Meet & Greet
4:15pm - Cluster Management ( Governance, Upgrades and Data Activity Monitoring for Hadoop Security ). - Aroop and Rajesh, EBay
4:45pm - Yarn ATS v2 - Naganarsimha & Varun Saxena, Huawei
5:15pm - Break
5:30pm - Apache Falcon - Ajay Yadav, InMobi
6:00pm - Ebay big data use case ( Appmon ) - Ruchir and Vijay Samuel, Ebay
6:30pm - Dynamics of Benchmarking Distributed Key Value Store for hosting TeraBytes of data" - Kunal Gautham, Pracheer Agarwal, Shaik Idris, InMobi
You can tweet about this event using hash tag #EbayBigDataMeetup (https://twitter.com/intent/tweet?&hashtags=EbayBigDataMeetup)
Few things to note:
Map of Ebay office :- https://goo.gl/maps/GZaTK
Regarding parking, attendees should be able to park on Ebay / Paypal parking space, which is on the “Lower Basement” on building 11.
Attendees need to pick up security badges at the 10th floor.
Attendees can contact these numbers if there is any confusion on parking/security etc .
10th Floor, Tower 11, Pritech Park SEZ, Eco Space Campus, RMZ Ecospace Internal Road, Adarsh Palm Retreat, Bellandur · Bangalore
10:00 - 10:30 Meet and Greet
10:30 - 11:10 User Segmentation - Rajiv Bhat (VP, Data Sciences, InMobi)
11:10 - 11:50 “Massively Parallel Processing with Procedural Python” - Pivotal HAWQ - Shikhar Pandey (Data Science Engineer, EMC)
11:50 - 12:30 Tez - Data Processing over YARN - Rajesh Balamohan (Member Technical Staff, Hortonworks)
12:30 - 1:10 Building Audience Analytics Platform for Billion+ users - Jothi Padmanabhan (Principal Architect, InMobi)
Please bring your Photo ID proof for entry.
1. Visitors need to report to the main gate of the SEZ. The security main gate will have the list of attendees who have registered. The visitors will need to show ID and sign against their name.
2. Then they need to come to EMC block B (security at the gates can provide directions). They can park anywhere around block B. There are enough car and bike parking slots available, also it being a Saturday, parking shouldn’t be a problem at all.
3. Once parked, they should report at the reception at the ground floor of block B. They need to show ID and sign against their name in the list of attendees. Security will issue a temporary badge. There will be 3-4 registration desks so it will not be much of a bottleneck.
4. Then they can go to the venue, which is the enclosed cafeteria on the 9th floor of EMC block B. An EMC employee who is volunteering at the event will escort them.
Any attendees needing any help in finding the location or getting in can contact the following numbers. These are EMC employees volunteering at the event, they should be able to help them with anything: