Whether an organization is currently considering Hadoop or already using it in production, Hadoop Day on May 12 will provide the opportunity to connect with experts and advance your knowledge base. Hadoop Day is being offered as part of Data Summit, taking place May 11-May 13 at the New York Hilton Midtown.
The educational event will include wide range of presentations focused on topics such as the current state of Hadoop and how to get started, best practices for building a data warehouse on Hadoop that co-exists with other frameworks and non-Hadoop platforms, leveraging Hadoop in the cloud, the key components of the Hadoop ecosystem, as well as a spirited panel discussion on what to consider before diving into the data lake.
From data offloading to preprocessing, Hadoop is not only enabling the analysis of new data sources, it is changing the value equation of maintaining an active archive of all your data. With a flourishing ecosystem and central position in the big data marketplace, interest in Hadoop continues to grow. In a recent poll of DBTA magazine subscribers, 30% of organizations reported having Hadoop deployed, while 26% indicated they are currently planning to adopt it over the next 12 months.
For more information about Hadoop Day, go here.