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cluster-lab: the beginnings

I am starting to interact with the newly set up cluster for data science here at YellowPages. Being a complete neophyte to all of these installation adventures, I will regularly post here a bunch of stuff that I am prone to forget – hopefully in a structured way. 210 more words


Hadoop BoF Session at OSCON

I have a BoF session next week at OSCON next week:

Migrating Data from MySQL and Oracle into Hadoop

The session is at 7pm Tuesday night – … 117 more words


Vivint's deal with Cloudera offers a small insight into big data in the smart home

One of the tropes of the internet of things is that it will produce a lot of little data that needs aggregation and analysis. The rush is on to both collect that data (witness Google’s(s goog) $3.2 billion deal for Nest) as well as profit from selling gear to help companies parse that data (see Intel’s(s intc) investment into Cloudera). 553 more words


Cloudera: Impala's it for interactive SQL on Hadoop; everything else will move to Spark

Despite some speculation over the past few days about what it means that Cloudera wants to port the Hive SQL-on-Hadoop engine onto the Spark processing framework, Cloudera Co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer Mike Olson (pictured above) says nothing much has changed. 398 more words

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Job – #Hadoop & #VBlock - Pleasanton, CA | #Puppet SME - Greenwood Village, CO | Long term Contract (W2) – sachin.naik@akraya.com/ (408) 728-9489.

Please forward your resume to sachin.naik@akraya.com or call me at (408) 728-9489. Thanks.

Job: Data Analyst – (Hadoop & VBlock )

Location: Pleasanton, CA   460 more words

Today - Open Requirements

Big data's dirty problem

Karim Keshavjee, a Toronto physician and digital health consultant, crunches mountains of data from 500 doctors to figure out how to improve patient treatment. But it’s a frustrating slog to get a computer to decipher all the misspellings, abbreviations, and notes written in unintelligible medical shorthand. 1,150 more words


MapR raises $110M to fuel its enterprise Hadoop push

Hadoop vendor MapR has raised $110 million in capital to help it keep growing in a heated enterprise Hadoop market. Most of the funding — $80 million — came in the form of venture capital from Google Capital(s goog), Qualcomm(s qcom) Ventures and MapR’s previous investors Lightspeed Venture Partners, Mayfield Fund, NEA and Redpoint Ventures. 613 more words

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