Make the Elephant Fly at Strata + Hadoop World
February 18, 2015
Join us at booth 1019 for a free t-shirt and a chance to win one of three $100 gift cards
Transactions were long thought of as something out of scope for Hadoop, but that is changing due to it’s unique ecosystem. Now, as Hadoop has come to be the de facto standard in the Big Data space, there’s no reason why online transaction processing can’t run on the program.
At this year’s Strata + Hadoop World conference, our focus is on how transactions make the elephant fly and enable Hadoop to power real-time applications like OLTP or incremental updates for OLAP.
With solutions like Splice Machine’s RDBMS and the introduction of transactions on Hive and other Hadoop tools, the trend toward transactional Hadoop will only continue to grow Hadoop’s footprint in the enterprise. More and more types of workloads will be supported on top of Hadoop, and because companies will never have to throw data away, it will have a fundamental impact on how companies think about data, and how they will use data in the future.
Get a Free T-Shirt at Booth 1019
If you’d like to learn more about how Splice Machine can turbocharge web and mobile apps with commodity scale out, ACID transactions and ANSI SQL support, stop by booth 1019, talk to a member of the Splice Machine team and receive a free t-shirt. If you’d like to schedule an appointment, you can also contact us at email@example.com
Avoid the Top 10 SQL-on-Hadoop Pitfalls
To make the elephant fly and power real-time apps, it’s vital to build the database right from the start. If you’re considering a one of these solutions, you should attend our talk on Friday, February 20 at 4pm in room 210 C/G. Splice Machine CEO, Monte Zweben, will be discussing the Top 10 SQL-on-Hadoop pitfalls we’ve seen in working with customers.
Enter to Win a $100 Gift Card
When you come to our session on the 20th, you can also register to win one of three $100 American Express gift cards that we will be giving away at the end of the session. What better way to end the conference than with a $100 gift card in your pocket.