Introduction to the Hortonworks Data Platform: Using Hadoop to reveal the value in your Big Data
Hadoop® allows you to gain insight from massive amounts of structured and unstructured data quickly and without significant investment. Hadoop is designed to run on commodity hardware and can scale up or down without system interruption.
Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP) is powered by 100% Apache Hadoop and works across Windows, Linux, As-A-Service (Microsoft HDInsight) or In-Cloud (e.g. Rackspace).
In this session, we’ll give an overview of the Hortonworks Data Platform distribution of Hadoop through the use of the ‘Sandbox’ virtual environment and how it can be used to learn and prototype. Sandbox is a full version of HDP running as a single-node cluster so you can get up and running in 15 minutes! Bring along your laptop and work along with the presentation – but if you prefer, just sit back, watch, and learn how to use the Hortonworks sandbox to get up and running with Hadoop.
Prior to the session it would be useful if you have already downloaded the Sandbox ( http://hortonworks.com/products/hortonworks-sandbox/) but we’ll bring along some USB keys too. You’ll need Hyper-V, VirtualBox or VMWare installed in order to run Sandbox, and a beefy laptop.
We’ll also be on hand for a deeper discussion on any and all topics related to Hadoop and HDW.
Ajay (Blog | LinkedIn ) brings over 15 years of excellence in enterprise technology delivery and management. For the last decade, Ajay has led the adoption of scale out data management platforms, with specific focus on Hadoop and NoSQL. Ajay’s experience spans architecture & design services for large-scale web properties including Tier1 EDiscovery platforms, Health Information Exchange & Content Syndication platforms for leading Scientific and Educational publishers. Ajay is currently engaged with Fortune 500 enterprises, helping with the design & implementation of their next generation Data Management Platform.
SQL Server Management Studio Tips and Tricks
SQL Server Management Studio is a mature development and management environment, and as such has extensive features and capabilities. In this session we’ll review some of the well known features, and several not-so-obvious features of this powerful tool.
Rob (LinkedIn | Twitter) is a Database Administrator, Developer, Consultant and Microsoft Certified Trainer. Rob has very broad knowledge that spans from software development to systems administration, and has a deep knowledge of SQL Server. Rob has worked with SQL Server since version 6.5, and has supported environments with hundreds of SQL Servers, and databases as large as 100 TB.
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Hadoop has arrived as an enterprise data platform. We believe that enterprises seeking to unlock the value in their big data will rely on Hadoop as part of their modern data architecture. We aim to enable that by delivering enterprise Apache Hadoop that is deeply integrated with your strategic technologies and existing team capabilities.
We wish to acknowledge the OSHU Information Technology Group for supporting Oregon SQL by generously providing the meeting venue.