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Big Data for Cloud Natives: Building Apps with Apache Spark

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  • Quartech Innovations Lab

    300-1012 Douglas St., Victoria, BC (map)

    48.424240 -123.365814

  • Apache Spark based applications are often comprised of many separate, interconnected components that are a good match for an orchestrated containerized platform like Kubernetes. But with the increased flexibility afforded by these technologies comes a new set challenges for building rich data-centric applications.

    In this talk, Diane Feddema (Red Hat)  will discuss techniques for building multi-component Apache Spark based applications that can be easily deployed and managed on the OpenShift Container Platform which is built on Kubernetes. 

    Building on experiences learned while developing and deploying cloud native applications, we will explore common issues that arise during the engineering process and demonstrate workflows for easing the maintenance factors associated with complex installations.

    Guest Speaker: Diane Feddema, Senior Software Engineer, Red Hat

    Diane Feddema is a principal software engineer at Red Hat Inc Canada, Emerging Technologies Group. Diane is currently focused on developing and applying big data techniques for performance analysis, automating these analyses and displaying data in novel ways. Previously Diane was a performance engineer at the National Center for Atmospheric Research, NCAR, working on optimizations and tuning in parallel global climate models. 

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