We are thrilled to have Jason Atlas presenting on his experience with Apache Cassandra and his use case.
Food/beverage will be served.
Hope you can make it!
What You'll Learn from this Presentation:
• We are dealing with on the order of 50 different data categories and growing
• Each has different formatting, and means of querying
• We have processed up to 800 mbps streams of data with the need to parse and send into Cassandra into the correct repositories and stores
• We have to literally allow almost any possible permutation of working with any element compared to any other element - either at the gross, or atomic level
The internet is really big, and it has some bad neighborhoods and burglars around. Big enterprises have a lot of logging, and the vast majority of it simply eats up space on drives and at Iron Mountain or Amazon Glacier. These logs, and the data across the internet, if you could store it, cross reference and scale it to handle the data without massive joins, and massive iron, will allow us to perform actions that, outside of the largest data centers and capital outlay, were previously impossible.
About Jason Atlas
Jason manages day-to-day operations of the technology development team at IID. Prior to IID, he served as the Senior Director of Engineering and Product Development at Motricity where he oversaw a 150-person development team across three continents that was responsible for the core content delivery platform for companies such as Verizon Wireless, AT&T Wireless and Virgin Mobile. Prior to that while at Microsoft, Atlas oversaw the development of a platform used by over a billion logins a day across all Microsoft online properties to protect people’s accounts and online reputations. Atlas was also previously the Director of APS and SAAS Technologies at Parallels, and Director of Media Technology at Bloomberg. He holds multiple patents in the software, business process and distributed architecture spaces. Atlas has a BA in Political Science from Vassar College, a masters and PhD in computer science/public policy from The University of Washington, and an advanced degree in technology management from MIT.