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Sept Meeting - YARN

  • Sep 23, 2014 · 6:00 PM
  • Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center

We had to change the date to accomdate the speaker.

Hope you can make it.



Hortonworks – YARN Overview:

Apache Hadoop YARN is the data operating system for Hadoop 2.  YARN enables a user to interact with all data in multiple ways simultaneously, making Hadoop a true multi-use data platform and allowing it to take its place in a modern data architecture.The key tenants of YARN are:FlexibilityEnable data processing models beyond MapReduce (batch) such as interactive, streaming and search.EfficiencyDouble processing in Hadoop on the same hardware while providing predictable performance and quality of service.Resource SharingProvide a stable, common set of shared resources across multiple, coordinated workloads in Hadoop.

Hortonworks Presenter:Tom McCuch – VP Systems Engineering

Tom McCuch leads the field architecture and engineering for Hortonworks in the Northeast region. Tom has over twenty-five years of experience in software engineering. 

At Hortonworks, Tom helps guide enterprise customers through their adoption of Apache Hadoop.  He has deep experience across the Financial Services, Insurance, Life Sciences, Retail, and Telecommunications industries.  Before coming to Hortonworks, Tom has served in many different roles across Enterprise Architecture, Product Engineering, Professional Services, and Sales Engineering of mission-critical solutions based on Java and open source software.

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  • Jani S.

    Good presentation I really liked it!

    September 23, 2014

  • Rachel

    Sigh, sad to miss it. Such is the Road Warrior life! Sounds like it will be interesting.

    September 22, 2014

    • Devin S.

      We will miss you. Make sure you have plenty of gasoline, a spare tire, and at least one piece of clothing that is made of leather and has a lot of spikes attached. ;-)

      September 22, 2014

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