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Großer Anklang im Ökosystem für den Hadoop Summit Europe 2013

Hadoop Summit Europe 2013, das europäische Gipfeltreffen und eine Erweiterung der ursprünglichen und weltweit größten Apache Hadoop Community-Konferenz, veröffentlichte heute das offizielle Programm, das eine Eröffnungsansprache von Matt Aslett, dem Analysten und Research Manager für Datenmanagement und Analytik der 451 Group, beinhaltet. Hinzu kommen 40 Fallstudien und fortbildende Sitzungen mit führenden Branchen- und Gemeinschaftsexperten. Außerdem kann der Hadoop Summit Europe 2013 eine beachtliche Liste von Platin-, Gold- und Silbersponsoren vorweisen, die deutlich macht, dass Apache Hadoop die generelle Unterstützung führender Softwarehersteller und Unternehmensdienstleister genießt.

Der Hadoop Summit Europe ist der erste und größte europäische Kongress mit ausschließlichem Fokus auf die Beschleunigung der Akzeptanz von Apache Hadoop bei Unternehmen und findet am 20. und 21. März 2013 im historischen Beurs van Berlage in Amsterdam statt. Zu den Sponsoren der Veranstaltung gehören nicht nur traditionelle Softwarefirmen, sondern auch Anbieter von Open-Source-Analysen, was ein starkes Interesse an Hadoop in Europa bestätigt.

Zum Twittern klicken Sie bitte hier: @Teradata @Microsoft @Splunk & weitere Unterstützung des Hadoop Summit Europe; Anmeldung und Programm hier http://bit.ly/Wwx2aQ #hadoopsummit #hadoop

Außer dem Hauptreferat von Aslett erhalten die Teilnehmer des Hadoop Summit Europe Zugang zu Beiträgen von Branchenführern und Vordenkern, Vertretern von Unternehmen bzw. Organisationen wie Adobe, Facebook, Intel, LinkedIn, National Library of Netherlands, Twitter und andere mehr. Die Kongressteilnehmer haben ferner Gelegenheit, der Hadoop-Community in der Sitzung „Lightning Talks“ Informationen über eigene Initiativen zukommen zu lassen, denn hier können Teilnehmer in fünfminütigen Präsentationen ihre eigenen Ideen vorstellen. Über Vorschläge für Lightning Talk kann im Rahmen der „Hadoop Summit Europe Community Choice“ abgestimmt werden. Die Tagung ist speziell für die Förderung von Interaktion und Austausch konzipiert, wobei dem Gedankenaustausch reichlich Zeit zugemessen wurde. Darüber hinaus finden im Rahmen der Veranstaltung auch eine Reihe von Hadoop Community Events statt, beispielsweise das Big Data Camp und die Gleichgesinntensitzung „Birds of a Feather“.

„Wir sind begeistert, den Hadoop Summit erstmals nach Europa zu bringen und der europäischen Hadoop-Community Informationen und Diskussionsbeiträge zur Verfügung zu stellen, wie Apache Hadoop als Hauptkomponente einer unternehmensweiten Datenarchitektur fungieren kann“, erklärte Rob Bearden, CEO von Hortonworks. „Angesichts des enormen Teilnehmerinteresses und der gewaltigen Unterstützung vom Ökosystem und den Sponsoren sind wir zuversichtlich, dass dieser Hadoop Summit sehr erfolgreich verlaufen wird. Wir bringen hier die klügsten Pioniere der Apache Hadoop-Community zusammen, um die neuesten Fortschritte und Umsetzungstechniken für diese Datenplattform der nächsten Generation in den Blickpunkt zu rücken.“

Die vollständige Sponsorenliste des Hadoop Summit Europe 2013 umfasst:

Veranstalter

  • Hortonworks
  • Yahoo!

Platin

  • Microsoft
  • Splunk
  • Teradata

Gold

  • EMC
  • MapR
  • Syncsort
  • Talend

Silber

  • BigData Partnerships
  • Datameer
  • LucidWorks
  • Scality

Die Anmeldung für den Hadoop Summit Europe 2013 ist noch geöffnet, aber die Plätze füllen sich schnell. Lassen Sie sich die Gelegenheit zur Teilnahme nicht entgehen und melden Sie sich gleich hier an: http://hadoopsummit.org/amsterdam/register/. Weitere Informationen über das Veranstaltungsprogramm erhalten Sie unter: http://hadoopsummit.org/amsterdam/schedule/. Pressevertreter und Analysten wenden sich bitte an Kim Rose, Director of Corporate Marketing, unter [email protected].

Über Hortonworks

Hortonworks ist ein führender kommerzieller Anbieter von Apache Hadoop, der vorrangigen Open-Source-Plattform zum Speichern, Verwalten und Analysieren von großen Datenmengen. Unsere durch Apache Hadoop untermauerte Hortonworks Data Platform stellt eine offene, stabile Grundlage bereit, auf der Unternehmen und ein wachsendes Ökosystem Lösungen für umfangreiche Datenmengen aufbauen und umsetzen können. Hortonworks ist die vertrauenswürdige Informationsquelle für Hadoop und setzt sich zusammen mit der Apache-Community dafür ein, Hadoop robuster zu machen und die Installation, Verwaltung und Nutzung der Plattform einfacher zu gestalten. Hortonworks bietet unerreichten technischen Support, Schulungs- und Zertifizierungsprogramme für Unternehmen, Systemintegratoren und Technologieanbieter. Weitere Informationen erhalten Sie unter www.hortonworks.com.

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