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Local community-ran meetup for developers interested in learning and practicing on AI, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Data Science, and Cloud topics.

Our goal is to congregate with AI enthusiasts from all over New Delhi to learn and practice AI tech, through tech talks, workshops, code labs, hackathons, tech conferences, etc.. we regularly invite tech leads from innovated companies, successful startups to share latest in AI, practical experiences and best practices. We also invite speakers from all of the world to speak in-person or online and learn AI together with developers from all over the world.

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Data talk: Apache Iceberg: An Architectural Look Under the Covers

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Description:
Data Lakes have been built with a desire to democratize data - to allow more and more people, tools, and applications to make use of data. A key capability needed to achieve it is hiding the complexity of underlying data structures and physical data storage from users. The de-facto standard has been the Hive table format, released by Facebook in 2009 that addresses some of these problems, but falls short at data, user, and application scale.

Apache Iceberg table format is now in use and contributed to by many leading tech companies like Netflix, Apple, Airbnb, LinkedIn, Dremio, Expedia, and AWS.

Join Jason Hughes, Director of Product Management at Dremio, for this webinar to learn the architectural details of why the Hive table format falls short and why the Iceberg table format resolves them, as well as the benefits that stem from Iceberg’s approach.
You will learn:
- The issues that arise when using the Hive table format at scale, and why we need a new table format
- How a straightforward, elegant change in table format structure has enormous positive effects
- The underlying architecture of an Apache Iceberg table, how a query against an Iceberg table works, and how the table’s underlying structure changes as CRUD operations are done on it
- The resulting benefits of this architectural design

More AI/ML/Data tech events up coming (free join from anywhere):
🔷 Jun 20, Webinar: Run Spark In Large Scale On Kubernetes
🔷 Jun 29, Workshop: Migrating to Apache Kafka
🔷 Jun 30, Webinar: Accelerate AI Impact with a Feature Store
🔷 July 7, Webinar: Getting The Most From Your Data With Open Metadata
🔷 Aug 23, Conference: Ray ML Summit (San Francisco)

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