New Apache: Big Data conf. is launching in Budapest Sep 28-30, gathering the top technologists - developers, architects, engineers, data scientists and more. Use code "ABDKDN25" for big discount if you register by Sep 7.
Apache: Big Data gathers the engineers, developers, architects and data scientists working in Big Data. Join 500+ of the global technical community for collaboration and education.
The new Apache: Big Data conference is launching this month in Budapest, gathering the top technologists - developers, architects, engineers, data scientists and more - using Hadoop, Spark, Ignite, Kafka and other Apache projects for their BIg Data platforms. Join the leaders in the open source big data community as they gather to share, learn, and connect on the latest trends, technologies, and platforms driving the future of Big Data, open source, cloud computing, and more.
The Linux Foundation and Apache Software Foundation have partnered to gather the top minds in the industry in one place at Apache: Big Data, which features 155+ sessions covering Data Science, Resource Management, Security, IoT, SQL, Filesystems and Databases, Fast Data and In-Memory, Search and Geo-Spatial, NoSQL, DevOps, Distribution and Testing, and much more.
Apache: Big Data keynote speakers include:
Josh Baer, Hadoop lead at Spotify, will share how Apache drives Spotify's music recommendations.
Dirk Duellmann, deputy leader of the data and storage services group in the IT department at CERN, will discuss the large scale (100 PB) data management and analysis infrastructure for physics data at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC).
Arun Murthy, co-founder of Hortonworks, will discuss 'Apache's Key Role in the Big Data Industry'.
Gary Richardson, head of data engineering at KPMG for the UK, will discuss strategies for keeping the elephant in the room; moving from proof of concept to full scale enterprise Hadoop adoption.
Mark Shuttleworth, founder of Canonical, will discuss how to create a market for rapid shared innovation in analytics.
And a panel discussion on the Open Data Platform Initiative featuring speakers from Altiscale, Hortonworks, IBM, Pivotal, and WANDisco.
Apache: Big Data session highlights include:
Data Science in the Travel Industry: Real-World Experience with Current Leading Frameworks - Paul Balmm, data scientist at Amadeus
Being Ready for Apache Kafka: Today's Ecosystem and Future Roadmap - Michael Noll, developer evangelist at Confluent
In Memory Analytics in Apache Ignite -- Why you need more than Spark - Atri Sharma, assistant vice president at Barclays
Apache Phoenix: The Evolution of a Relational Database Layer over HBase - James Taylor, architect at Salesforce.com