Few days ago (28/12) I delivered a full-day seminar about Hadoop Fundamentals. It was part of the Expert Days 2015 event, which is running the whole week. The venue was… how should I put it? It was different… We spent the whole day in a VIP cinema hall, which was big and dark and weird… There were around 20 people, who were quite comfortable in their VIP seats, while I was presenting Hadoop on the (very) big screen.
I talked about big data in general and how Hadoop emerged as a platform for big data storage and computing. I explained and demonstrated the concepts of HDFS and MapReduce as well as the rich software that is part of the Hadoop ecosystem. I ended up the seminar with some tips and use cases for Hadoop.
I promised to upload the presentation, so here it is:
I enjoyed the day very much. If you attended the seminar, then I hope you enjoyed it too (and not only the VIP seat).
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