Week in Review: Hadoop Summit, Value of Big Data, and more Ambari

And we are just about done with this week. But not quite – dig into the conversation from the past few days.

Hadoop Summit. We published the vast majority of sessions (70 so far) for the Hadoop Summit in San Jose, 26-27 June. The sessions stretch across 7 tracks from Architecture to Economics and we hope you can join us for THE Hadoop community event of the year. You can register here, and the schedule is here.

Big Data Defined Part Deux: Value Definition. Jim picked up from the last Big Data definition and talked about it here. Regardless of your views on volume, variety and velocity there is one V to rule them all: Value.

Enterprise Data Analytics with Hortonworks and Datameer. I’ve been having a ton of fun with Datameer visualizations this week. If you want to learn a little more about enterprise analytics and how to better unlock the insights in your own data (with cool graphics) then take a look here.

Get Started with Ambari. We published a fun tutorial on setting up Ambari to provision, manage and monitor your Hadoop cluster. Better automation of management and monitoring means more time in the garden.

Until next week – stay frosty.

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