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Hadoop in Enterprise Data Warehousing

How can Hadoop integrate with existing enterprise data warehousing solutions?

Pre 1990s, hardware was the critical part; in 2000s, software became the differentiator, and today data is the power!

Data warehousing and analytics has become the lifeline of any businesses. Earlier, businesses had traditional RDBMS for doing data warehousing & analytics, it was followed by data warehouse specific databases and now we have SMPs, MPPs/Appliances serving the data warehouses.
But increasing data volume demands, varied and dynamic data structures and increased performance expectations have challenged the traditional data warehouses in a big way.
That's where Hadoop comes to the rescue of the Enterprise Data Warehouses. Organizations can now scale to new levels by augmenting the Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW) with Hadoop and can save millions of dollars on the infrastructure.

Sheetal Dolas -- Solution Architect at Hortonworks -- will talk to us about how Enterprises are adopting Hadoop.

Sticking to our meetup’s format, there will be no formal presentations but just the white board, Sheetal and you!


6:00 - 6:30 pm - Networking over snacks
6:30 - 8:30 pm - Technical Discussions
8:30 - 9:00 pm - Q&A and Networking

About Sheetal Dolas: Sheetal Dolas is Architect at Hortonworks and has more than 11 years of experience in Information Technology domain mostly on enterprise architectures and applications. He focuses on helping customers to solve their BigData problems and define their BigData/NoSql strategies and roadmaps. Previously, he was a Sr. Technology Architect with Extreme Data practice of Infosys’s Cloud Center Of Excellence. He has served in key positions such as Lead Big Data Architect, SOA Architect, Technology Architect in multiple large and complex enterprise programs for with multiple fortune 100 and fortune 500 companies from insurance, financial and manufacturing verticals. He brings extensive knowledge of large-scale implementations of BigData/NoSql technologies including Hadoop, Hive, Pig, HBase etc.

(this session is re-scheduled from June)

The event is hosted by Third Eye Consulting Services.

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  • Debo D.

    Very well organized. Lots of people, interest and questions. Went 30min over time.

    July 25, 2012

  • Amby

    I found it very informative. I got some insights in how Hadoop and traditional DW systems and coexists. Presenter's knowledge over the subject was impressive.
    We sorta wasted some time at the beginning on questions that was answered later in the discussion, that was one distraction. Overall I would rate this an impressive session.

    July 25, 2012

  • Sanjay S.

    I recorded audio of the meetup. It may be downloaded from

    There were no slides or ppt.

    July 25, 2012

  • Mark G.

    Sheetal's presentation was one of the most thought-provoking DW talks I've heard in a while. Sheetal's breadth and depth of experience was apparent as he patiently answered all the questions with real-life examples.

    July 25, 2012

  • Sujee M.

    guys on the waiting list, please do come. registered people don't show up some times, and there will be spots available.

    July 24, 2012

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