Burlingame, CA (PRWEB) October 28, 2014
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
If you miss the class, stop by Aerospike Booth #203 to meet the team and get your questions answered.
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.