This meeting is being co-hosted with the Atlanta In-Memory Computing Group (http://www.meetup.com/Atlanta-In-Memory-Computing-Meetup/).
Today’s enterprises have more data than they can leverage and it is growing fast! Mobile and Cloud Computing require even faster paradigms. Risk must be evaluated in real-time. Welcome to the value of in-memory computing.
This meet up will review the lessons learned and powerful uses of the Open Source Apache 2.0 licensed In-Memory Computing solution that provides distributed, clustered, high performance capabilities for OLTP and Data Analytics uses. The presentation will review deployments leveraging streaming data, big data and other velocity and volume challenges.
So if you need to make Hadoop real-time, process 1 billion TPS, analyze and process streaming data sources or achieve your applications performance SLA’s—In-memory is the fastest and most cost effective way to do it!
Join us to hear Dmitiriy Setrakyan, co-founder and EVP of engineering for the leading In-Memory solutions from GridGain Systems present what In-Memory Computing is, the uses cases for it and why it is getting so much attention now. His presentation will concentrate on the core capabilities of In-Memory Computing like clustering and high performance computing, in-memory data grid, streaming and Complex Event Processing (CEP), and in-memory Hadoop acceleration.
The meeting will begin at 6:30pm allowing members time to network, arrive and enjoy pizza. At 7pm, BDUG will give an introductory welcome, and will be shortly followed by the presentation. After the presentation everyone has the option to head downstairs to Aja (restaurant and bar in the building) for networking and drinks after the meeting.
Parking at the Alliance Center is $10 max. If you wish to go to Aja after the meeting they will validate part of your parking. If parking is a problem, some members park at Phipps Plaza for free and walk over. BDUG does NOT validate parking.