A Geek's Guide to Big Data: The Hadoop Ecosystem

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Tamara Dull, Director of Emerging Technologies – SAS Best Practices

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The Mavens of Big Data Webinar Series: Part 3 Optimized. Efficient. Agile. Reliable. Stable. Structured. Everything that is important to a technology geek and everything the world of big data seems to elude. Travelling through the world of big data can seem like a daunting journey through unchartered territory. This session will provide you - the weary, travelling technical intellectual - with a guide to the unstructured, unfamiliar, and ever-changing world of big data, Hadoop, and open source software. We will look at the components and tools in the open source Hadoop ecosystem that are needed for managing storing, managing and acting on data of all shapes, sizes and types. We will also explore the pluses and minuses of integrating open source software in your traditional, proprietary environment.

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