Hadoop Features Large at Stanford XLDB

Hadoop featured prominently at Stanford’s annual XLDB conference last week, as representatives from academia and industry gathered to discuss Extremely Large Databases. The conference program, with slides are available: http://www-conf.slac.stanford.edu/xldb2012/ProgramC.asp. A highly technical lineup presented on Big Data in biology and physics, and cloud computing and Hive in particular were topic areas.

Hortonworks’ own Ashutosh Chauhan @ashutoshchauhan, an Apache Pig, Hive and HCatalog committer, presented ‘Hive vs Pig: Similarities and Differences‘ (slides).

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