Franklin Herbas, senior strategist of technology innovations in the SAP Technology Platform, talks about the role of PaaS in the midst of today’s mobile, social, and big data revolutions in this talk from JAXConf 2013. Franklin will aslo talk about what to consider when evaluating a PaaS and how you can utilize leading technologies, like in-memory computing, to quickly build and deploy innovative cloud apps that take advantage of, and contribute to, the real-time big data revolution. Filmed by Marakana – www.marakana.com
Yahoo engineers integrate Twitters stream processing tech with Hadoop for scalability and data-sharing.
The Cascading company reveal their plans following Marchs $4m investment and unsurprisingly, it centres around the application framework.
Adding tables or grids to an Eclipse application is quite hard work if you want to support more than only showing information. With the usage of Nebula NatTable you are able to do this in an easier way, with significantly less lines of code by getting a lot of grid functionality by simply using it. In this session, Dirk Fauth (BeOne Stuttgart GmbH) shows the main architecture of the NatTable widget. He explains how easy it can be used and integrated into your own eclipse application, comparing it with other current table widgets out there. Dirk also gives an overview of what is currently supported out of the box and what is planned for the NatTable in the future.
Created by those behind Apache Hive and Facebooks analytics platform, is Qubole more than just another Big-Data-as-a-service startup?
With their competition placing faith in new solutions, the Yahoo spinoff opt to renovate and improve Hadoop veteran Hive.
Latest addition to AWS family officially launches with hourly pricing and promises of high performance.
The year of Big Data may be over, but the rides only just begun. Heres why JAXenter is still excited by the buzzword in the coming year.
As Cloudera snag an extra $65m in their latest funding round, investors seem confident in big datas economic potential.
We speak to the ex-Yahoo! and Facebook employees aiming to bring the power of Hadoop to the masses.
Social networks engineers open source scheduling framework designed to optimise job scheduling efficiency.
The first in a series of short vox-pop interviews with some of the speakers from this year’s JAX London conference. First up, Chris Mayer had the pleasure of talking to Hadoop creator Doug Cutting discussing the state of Big Data, the projects at Apache and what might be the Holy Grail in the next few years
Data Science-as-a-Service company offer their speedy custom database technology to the world.
The second keynote of Tuesday was given by the Hadoop creator himself Doug Cutting, providing an excellent overview into Big Data and the project he founded.