Platform for Network Data Analytics (PNDA) : Learn to Bootstrap an Open Source Big Data Platform
Speaker(s) : Jérémie GARNIER, Cisco Paris Innovation Research Lab
Innovation in the big data space is rapid, but combining multiple technologies into an end‐to‐end solution is extremely complex and time consuming. The vision of PNDA, the open source big data analytics platform, is to remove this complexity and allow developers to focus on their applications and business outcomes. PNDA brings together a number of open source technologies to provide a simple, scalable big data analytics platform to achieve this. Attendees to this session will gain a better understanding of a Big Data reference architecture, learn how to bootstrap a platform within their own environment, contribute to the project etc... Bio: Jérémie has been working in Cisco’s Innovation Department for over ten years, focusing on Cloud software solutions including Solr/Lucene, Kafka, Zookeeper, Hadoop, as well as Android and HTML5. While this role has afforded the opportunity to learn and stay on the cutting-edge of Innovation Technologies, Jérémie has also spent much of the last five years bringing people in the development community together by co-leading DevOps transformation within Cisco, organizing Unconferences and managing developer communities. As part of his ongoing innovation work, Jérémie is involved in the Paris Innovation & Research Lab http://pirl.tech/ and the DevNet Hackathons in Europe http://hackathon.cisco.com/.
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