This is an excellent chance for us to introduce QDS to Google Cloud early adopters, and I hope they are as excited to attend as we are to share!
Mountain View, CA (PRWEB) May 07, 2014
During the session, Sen Sarma and Seluka will present Qubole’s architecture of Hadoop on Google Cloud Platform, demonstrating the powerful yet easy service. With special emphasis on Hadoop integration with Google Cloud Storage as well as discussion of the performance and cost benefits of the platform, attendees will learn a great deal about the real world applications available to developers. The talk will conclude with a demonstration of the Qubole Data Service (QDS) autoscaling Hadoop clusters in action on Google Compute Engine and a unique opportunity to ask questions of the architects themselves.
“This is an excellent chance for us to introduce QDS to Google Cloud early adopters, and I hope they are as excited to attend as we are to share,” said Joydeep Sen Sarma.
For further information on Qubole, the QDS platform, and to register for a free trial account, please visit http://www.Qubole.com.
Qubole is a leading Big Data as a Service provider. Ashish Thusoo and Joydeep Sen Sarma, creators of Facebook’s big data infrastructure and Apache Hive, founded Qubole to make it simple to prepare, integrate, and explore Big Data in the Cloud.
Qubole’s Big Data as a Service Solution, Qubole Data Service (QDS), runs on the top performing elastic Hadoop engine on the cloud and includes a library of data connectors with a graphical user-interface for Hive, Pig, Ooze and Sqoop. QDS makes it easy to inspect data, author and execute queries, and convert queries into scheduled jobs. With QDS, the power of Big Data meets the simplicity of the Cloud.
The largest brands in social media, online advertising, entertainment, gaming and other data-intensive ventures trust QDS to handle their most challenging Big Data requirements at a fraction of the cost of alternatives. Customers include Pinterest, Quora, MediaMath, Insightera, Vocanic, TubeMogul, Decide.com, BigCommerce and many others.