Six Ways to Get The Most Out of #HadoopSummit

Hadoop Summit, now in its third year, is the leading conference Hadoop Summit.pngfor the Apache Hadoop community. This two-day event includes Apache Hadoop thought leaders showcasing use cases, sharing development, education, networking opportunities and a vendor exhibition featuring the latest on Apache Hadoop.

BMC is a first-time sponsor, supporting Hadoop Summit at the Gold level.

We hope you’ll join us, we’ve got some exciting things in store for you:

 

1. Join us in the Exhibit Hall, Booth G16

Tuesday 7:30 AM – 4:35 PM; 6:05 PM – 7:30 PM

Wednesday 7:30 AM – 6:05 PM

Thursday 7:30 AM – 2:00 PM

2. Bringing DevOps to Hadoop (20 Min Fireside Chat)

Presenter: Shamoun Murtza

Date: Tuesday, June 3/2014

Time: 6:10 – 6:30 pm

As Hadoop matures and increasingly becomes an integral part of business operations, Hadoop applications are becoming business critical.  Running these complex infrastructures and applications with large teams is becoming a challenge. While this is not a new problem unique to Hadoop, solving it does require the right tools and sensitivity to Hadoop’s specific requirements.

Developers need the ability to make changes quickly and often. They want to be able to make changes, test them, deliver them to the customer, and start working on the next thing. Operations, which might be another group or function, on the other hand wants stability and minimal risk. The business needs a balance to be struck between these two to innovate while remaining stable. Hadoop presents its particular set of challenges to set up an effective DevOps process.

Hadoop changes range from the simple to very complex. With the advent of Yarn it has become even more important to make sure that all dependencies and changes  -across code, data and configuration – have been recorded and included in the change before promoting it. If you would like to set up a Hadoop ecosystem where your developers and operations functions can work hand in hand to ensure agility without compromising on risk, your first order of business should be to pick the right tools and process.

In this presentation Shamoun Murtza will focus on DevOps challenges relating to Hadoop environments specifically the complexities of managing workload, data, and configuration changes as part of a change promotion and review different strategies that can be used for success.

3. Control-M for Hadoop

Learn how to drive maximum value with an enterprise approach to big data. An enterprise approach for Hadoop batch processing will help you simplify your daily management of your big data environments.

4. Control-M Workload Change Manager

Control-M Workload Change Manager automates and simplifies batch workflow changes, accelerating the delivery of business services and reducing cost.

5. Control-M Self Service

Make more time for high-priority items and empower business users by giving them visibility into their workloads with BMC Control-M Self Service.

6. One Cord To Rule Them All: Charge All Cable:

This five in one charging cable features the new iPhone Lightning connector for iPhone 5, 5S and 5C, the Apple 30 pin connector, two Mirco USB connectors and a Mini USB connector. To charge your devices, simply plug this cable into a powered USB port and then into your Apple device or Smart Phone. Charges more than one device at a time if power source is strong enough. Stop by booth G16 to get yours!

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Eric T. Tung

Eric T. Tung

I'm a Social Media Manager at BMC Software leading Service Support, Performance & Availability, Launches, Events and Training.