Couldn’t make it to Hadoop Summit last week? Don’t worry! We are bringing a talk to you! Don’t miss Chris Nauroth, Software Engineer at Hortonworks and Hadoop Committer talk on Hadoop Operations – Best Practices from the Field.
We will be having at the pub and will have beer and snacks!
Summary: Are you taking advantage of all of Hadoop’s features to operate a stable and effective cluster? Inspired by real-world support cases, this talk discusses best practices and new features to help improve incident response and daily operations. Chances are that you’ll walk away from this talk with some new ideas to implement in your own clusters.
About Chris: Chris Nauroth is a software engineer on the HDFS team at Hortonworks. He is an active contributor across the lowest layers of the Hadoop ecosystem: Hadoop Common, HDFS, YARN, and MapReduce. His most recent work includes porting Hadoop to Windows, several features to improve HDFS stability and HDFS ACLs. Prior to joining Hortonworks, Chris deployed and maintained Disney`s Hadoop infrastructure and developed web services and MapReduce jobs to make integration easier for Disney`s business units. You can find him at @cnauroth on Twitter and LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/cnauroth