Cloudera Hadoop World NYC 2009 Confirmed
Christophe Bisciglia, founding father of Cloudera remarked, “To have such an enormous number of industry leaders sponsor a first-time event speaks volumes about the significance of Hadoop and its future. As normal ventures around the planet are turning to Hadoop to clear up data-intensive computing challenges, Hadoop World will supply forcing use cases with the introduction and instruction required for co. users to get started”.
At Hadoop World, more than thirty of the Earth’s most experienced Apache Hadoop practitioners including project creator Doug Cutting will gather to debate Hadoop-related best practices and use cases. We are happy about the expansion we are seeing in the Hadoop ecosystem, including more uses of Hadoop for mission imperative activity across the industry. At Hadoop World, we anticipate talking about the exciting prospects and challenges for continuing to make Hadoop quicker, more scalable, more trustworthy and more secure”.
Rod Smith, vp of Rising Technologies, IBM Software Group mentioned “We see that applications based mostly on Hadoop have the ability to massively change business analytics in the same way Computer spreadsheets did in the 80s.
Using Hadoop to tap the power of ‘Big Data’ prepares the ground for a new class of Web applications enabling more business pros across industries to gain insight from today’s big quantity of information”. John Engates, CTO at Rackspace mentioned “At Rackspace, we generate terabytes on terabytes of log files and event level info operating our cloud services. Hadoop has proved to be a scalable and trustworthy system for storing and processing our constantly increasing volumes of information, and we are excited to share details with the community at Hadoop World : NYC 2009”.
Nathan Day, CTO, Softlayer mentioned “We see lots of our purchasers utilising Softlayer’s bare metal cloud offering to realize better performance for Hadoop. It’s fantastic to see how many corporations are turning to Hadoop and we’re happy to be part of this growing community.”. Cloudera, the commercial Hadoop company, delivers the scalable platform for the next generation of data-intensive applications. Set up by leading mavens on huge info from Facebook, Google, Oracle and Yahoo, Cloudera helps conventional companies tap into the power of Hadoop. Located in Silicon Valley, Cloudera has finance backing from Accel Partners, Greylock Partners and angel speculators who include Diane Greene ( previous Boss man of VMware ), Marten Mickos ( previous Manager of MySQL ), and Jeff Weiner ( Chairman of LinkedIn ).