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The Cloudera Sessions - Los Angeles

Cloudera

Tuesday, April 23, 2013 from 9:15 AM to 5:00 PM (PDT)

Los Angeles, CA

The Cloudera Sessions - Los Angeles

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Event Details

General Session
9:15am
  Registration, Breakfast and Sponsor Networking
10:00am
 

Cloudera Keynote: A Blueprint for Data Management
Charles Zedlewski - Vice President, Products, Cloudera

Big Data presents tremendous opportunities for modern business, but understanding where to start and how to grow with Big Data can be difficult. Hear why Big Data matters to you and your business, and why and how you can get on track to using platforms like Hadoop to address your immediate and future data management challenges.

10:30am
 

HP Keynote: Building the Foundation for an Enterprise Ready Big Data Platform
Steve Staso - Solutions Architect, HP 

Big Data has moved from buzzword to reality. Building a strong foundation for Big Data not only makes good business sense, but it's a business imperative. Learn about key findings and advice from experts on what to expect along the way and how to get started building your enterprise ready foundation for big data.

Improving Operational Efficiency
11:00am
 

Meet Mission Critical SLAs with Big Data
Daniel Rule - Solution Architect, Cloudera 

At the heart of data integration and ETL is the movement of information, and movement at the scale of Big Data can test your existing processes and systems. See how Hadoop can help to accelerate data integration, scale processing capabilities, and optimize slow or complex transformations.

11:30
 

Optimize Your Data Warehouse for Improved ROI & Data Utilization
Drew O'Brien - Product Marketing, Cloudera
Daniel Rule - Solution Architect, Cloudera 

All data is potentially valuable to your business, but its value density determines just how you manage and access that data.  Discover how Hadoop complements your data warehouse by letting your choose the “right tool for the right job” and optimize your data economics and usage.

Noon
  Lunch and Sponsor Networking
1:00pm
 

Delivering Improved Business Value with Big Data
Ben White - Systems Engineer, Cloudera 

One way to build value in your business is to look at how you use data to make better decisions and increase efficiency and productivity.  Learn how you can use Hadoop to break down your data silos and promote the connections that bring greater visibility, insights, and analysis to all your data.

1:30pm
 
 
 
 
 
2:00pm
 

Centralized Systems and Data Management 
Drew O'Brien - Product Marketing, Cloudera

As Big Data becomes an integral element in your data management infrastructure, you need mature controls for governance, provisioning, automation, disaster recovery, and high-availability services. Find out how you can integrate and simplify the management of Big Data with Hadoop and address the needs of your sensitive information and compliance policies.

Building Data Products
Josh Wills - Senior Director of Data Science, Cloudera

Data scientists, the professionals who straddle the line between statistician and software engineer, are in demand like never before.  This scarcity of talent drives organizations to ensure that their data scientists focus on building the tools to empower a broad class of users to ask more detailed questions and make valid inferences from large data sets. In this talk, we will give an overview of the current best practices for creating these analytical applications on Hadoop.

2:30pm
 

Customer Fireside Chat
Charles Zedlewski - VP of Products, Cloudera
Jim Benedetto - Co-Founder and CTO, Gravity 
William Theisinger - VP, Engineering, YP.com

3:00pm
 

Break, Snack and Sponsor Networking

Clinics - Where are you on the Track to Big Data?

 3:30pm

(Choose One)

 

Track 1 - First Steps - Get Started with Hadoop
Ben White - Systems Engineer, Cloudera

If you’re interested in Hadoop and its capabilities, but you are not sure where to begin, this is the session for you. Learn the basics of Hadoop, see how to spin up a development cluster in the cloud or on-premise, and start exploring ETL processing with SQL and other familiar tools.

Track 2 - Next Steps - Guidelines and Best Practices for Hadoop Operations
Eric Sammer - Principal Solution Architect, Cloudera 

Moving a Hadoop deployment from proof-of-concept into full production presents certain challenges. IT operations teams need to manage deployment growth while maintaining internal SLAs. In this session hear from our experts as they focus on specific operational topics and tasks that any enterprises will encounter on the path to incorporating Hadoop into the data center.

Track 3 - Advanced Steps - Fast-track Development for ETL and Data Integration
Daniel Rule - Solution Architect, Cloudera
Sumeet Agrawal - Product Manager, Informatica 

Working with Hadoop does not always mean starting from scratch. In this session, you’ll learn how to leverage your existing investments in tools and skills to accelerate your Hadoop development. Learn from experts as they walk you step-by-step through the conversion of an existing ETL process to use Big Data.

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When & Where


Intercontinental Los Angeles Century City
2151 Avenue of the Stars
Los Angeles, CA 90064

Tuesday, April 23, 2013 from 9:15 AM to 5:00 PM (PDT)


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Organizer

Cloudera

Cloudera is revolutionizing enterprise data management with the first unified Platform for Big Data, an enterprise data hub built on Apache Hadoop™. Cloudera offers enterprises one place to store, process and analyze all their data, empowering them to extend the value of existing investments while enabling fundamental new ways to derive value from their data.

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