‘Implementing Real-time Analytics with Apache Storm’ Class at Big Data TechCon

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Aerospike CTO to discuss the design considerations for using the Apache Storm distributed real-time computation system, as well as how to install and use it.

With the recent explosion of big data, companies are struggling to convert massive amounts of data into actionable analytics. It’s the Age of Context – companies are increasing revenue by personalizing customer experiences in real-time based what they care about, where they are, and what they are doing. Big Data TechCon seeks to address these challenges by offering attendees a full curriculum of classes led by subject matter experts.

‘IMPLEMENTING REAL-TIME ANALYTICS WITH APACHE STORM’
Are you already using Hadoop and looking to add real-time analytics to your toolbox? Apache Storm is a popular choice for many developers because of its native integration with Hadoop. Aerospike co-founder and CTO Brian Bulkowski will lead an advanced technical class Wednesday, Oct. 29 10-11:15AM, to introduce Hadoop users to this process.

Key topics will include:

  • A technical overview of Storm for real-time analysis of streaming data
  • A solution architecture overview of how Storm's role in real-time analysis complements Hadoop and NoSQL
  • Examples of common use cases, including trending words, recommendations, and simple fraud counts
  • Technical requirements for implementing Storm
  • Live demonstrations of how to install and run Storm

Register now.

If you miss the class, stop by Aerospike Booth #203 to meet the team and get your questions answered.

ABOUT AEROSPIKE
Aerospike is the world’s fastest database. Its open-source, flash-optimized, in-memory NoSQL key-value store operates with unprecedented speed, unlimited scale and unmatched reliability. With Aerospike, developers can rapidly build a new class of Internet-scale, data-driven applications that have the ability to process millions of transactions per second with sub-millisecond response times. Entrepreneurs and enterprises like AppNexus, Chango, eXelate and InMobi rely on Aerospike so they focus on scaling their business, without the complexity of building and maintaining a high velocity database. These disruptive apps run Aerospike in pure RAM or a hybrid RAM/SSD configuration, scaling with the economics of flash. Headquartered in Silicon Valley, Aerospike investors include NEA, CNTP and Alsop Louie. Download the open source Aerospike Community Edition at http://www.aerospike.com and follow @aerospikedb.

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