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Meetup at Strata + Hadoop World

Time: 3:45 - 5:30 pm ET

We're holding a special meeting of the NY CUG at Strata + Hadoop World on Wednesday, October 15th at 3:45 p.m. ET. We'll post the agenda and meeting details as soon as they become available.  We look forward to seeing you there!

Attendees will receive a 15 % discount code for Cloudera Public Training!


The venue is only accessible to individuals holding a Strata + Hadoop World pass


Extending Cloudera Manager: Managing Your 3rd-Party Systems Alongside Your CDH Cluster , presented by Kostas Sakellis, Sr. Software Engineer 

The Cloudera Manager Extension framework has introduced the ability for users to write plugins that can manage and monitor their distributed systems that run with CDH - ranging from home-brewed systems to enterprise offerings. Managing these systems can be challenging especially in elastic clusters. By utilizing parcels and custom service descriptors (CSDs), users can integrate the management of their software in Cloudera Manager and offer to their administrators a consistent management experience for their entire cluster. 

In this talk, we’ll start by discussing common issues with managing co-located distributed systems with CDH. Next, we will describe the various types of extensions that can be written for Cloudera Manager with an emphasis on parcels and CSDs. The talk will finish by demoing third party services taking advantage of this extensibility framework.

Lessons Learned and Best Practices for Running Hadoop in AWS, presented by Amandeep Khurana, Principal Solutions Architect

Enterprises are starting to deploy large scale Hadoop clusters to extract value out of the data that they are generating. These clusters often span 100s of nodes. To speed up the time to value, a lot of the newer deployments are happening in AWS, moving from the traditional on-premise bare metal world.  

In this session, we'll share the lessons learned and best practices for deploying multi-tenant Hadoop clusters in AWS. We'll cover what reference deployments look like, what services are relevant for Hadoop deployments, network configurations, instance types, backup and disaster recovery considerations, security considerations. We’ll also talk about what works well, what doesn’t and what we have to do going forward to improve the operability of Hadoop in AWS.

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  • arry

    my question is why are these companies that make millions are so greedy that they charge you to go to seminars which may not even have any value and over $200 just to see vendors products... not only do they charge that amount to those working but also to students as well..........

    October 7, 2014

  • arry

    odd that meetup members dont get a free expo pass for Hadoop

    October 2, 2014

    • Cloudera User G.

      Hi Arry, There aren't any free passes for Strata + Hadoop World. This is a special meetup for those attending the conference. We will have another meetup in NY soon (goal: Dec/Jan) and look forward to seeing you there.

      1 · October 7, 2014

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