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    Hw09   Welcome To Hadoop World Hw09 Welcome To Hadoop World Presentation Transcript

    • Welcome to Hadoop World: NYC 2009 Hadoop is Everywhere Presents: Christophe Bisciglia Founder christophe@cloudera.com
    • Hadoop World Details and Event Updates Too Late to Print ▪ WiFi Details ▪ UI BOF ▪ SSID: HadoopWorld ▪ Lead: Philip Zeyliger, Cloudera ▪ Password: hadoop09 ▪ Vanderbilt Suite, Afternoon Break ▪ Twitter: #hadoopworld ▪ HBase BOF ▪ Lead: Michael Stack, Microsoft ▪ Break Out Sessions ▪ Terrace Ballroom, Afternoon Break ▪ Applications (This Room) ▪ Dev / Admin: Terrace Ballroom (Across Lobby) ▪ Extensions: Vanderbilt Suite (One Floor Up)
    • Hadoop World Sponsors Thanks!
    • Why Hadoop World? Time to Upgrade Your Data Management Strategy ▪ Hadoop isn’t just for Web Companies anymore ▪ Terabytes are common place ▪ Enables consumption of all enterprise data ▪ Wide adoption across verticals ▪ Hadoop is driven by the Community ▪ Most registrants are new to Hadoop ▪ Sharing experience is critical - and incredibly valuable ▪ Users and Developers exchanging needs and ideas
    • Growing Up with Hadoop You’ve come a long way baby...
    • Growing Up with Hadoop You’ve come a long way baby... ▪ Early Days ▪ 2004: Google Publishes MapReduce/GFS ▪ 2005: Hadoop Prototype ▪ Doug Cutting and Mike Cafarella ▪ 2006: Hadoop Running on 20 nodes ▪ Internet Archive and UW Doug Cutting Photo Credit: New York Times
    • Growing Up with Hadoop You’ve come a long way baby... ▪ Formative Years ▪ 2006: Yahoo! Begins Major Investment ▪ 2007: Yahoo! Runs Hadoop on 2000 nodes ▪ 2008: Yahoo! uses Hadoop to claim Terasort Benchmark
    • Growing Up with Hadoop You’ve come a long way baby... ▪ 5 Major Releases for Hadoop in last year ▪ More Reliable ▪ More Scalable ▪ More Manageable
    • Growing Up with Hadoop You’ve come a long way baby... ▪ New Sub-Projects Embrace New Users ▪ Hive: SQL Data Warehouse for Hadoop ▪ Pig: Data Analysis Language
    • Growing Up with Hadoop You’ve come a long way baby... ▪ Sqoop: Database import for Hadoop ▪ Developer by Aaron Kimball, Cloudera ▪ Works over JDBC ▪ Extensible for better pefromance
    • Growing Up with Hadoop You’ve come a long way baby... ▪ RDBMS Vendors Embrace Hadoop ▪ MapReduce is great for Analytics ▪ Hadoop is the MapReduce Standard ▪ integrates directly with Hadoop
    • Growing Up with Hadoop You’ve come a long way baby... ▪ Adoption Spanning Globe ▪ HUGs outside the US ▪ Over 10x Companies “PoweredBy” ▪ Not Just for Web Companies Anymore
    • Cloudera’s Distribution for Hadoop Delivering Hadoop to a Larger Community
    • Cloudera’s Distribution for Hadoop Delivering Hadoop to a Larger Community Hadoop Community
    • Cloudera’s Distribution for Hadoop Delivering Hadoop to a Larger Community Latest Stable Hadoop Release Stable Upcoming Features Distribution for Hadoop (by customer request) Hadoop Community
    • Cloudera’s Distribution for Hadoop Delivering Hadoop to a Larger Community Source Code Powering Y! Latest Stable Hadoop Release Improvements for EC2 and S3 Stable Upcoming Features Distribution for Hadoop (by customer request) New Features from Cloudera Hadoop Community
    • Cloudera’s Distribution for Hadoop Delivering Hadoop to a Larger Community Source Code Powering Y! Latest Stable Hadoop Release Improvements for EC2 and S3 Stable Upcoming Features Distribution for Hadoop (by customer request) New Features from Cloudera Cloudera Enhancements Bug Fixes Hadoop Community Contributed to Apache
    • Cloudera’s Distribution for Hadoop Delivering Hadoop to a Larger Community Distribution for Hadoop Cross-Platform Packaging, Integration and Testing Hive, Pig, Sqoop, ... Support
    • Cloudera’s Distribution for Hadoop Delivering Hadoop to a Larger Community Private Cloud Distribution for Hadoop Cross-Platform Packaging, Integration and Testing Hive, Pig, Sqoop, ... Support Pac kag es
    • Cloudera’s Distribution for Hadoop Delivering Hadoop to a Larger Community Private Cloud Public Cloud Distribution for Hadoop Cross-Platform Packaging, Integration and Testing Hive, Pig, Sqoop, ... Support Pac kag ges es Ima
    • Comparing Growth Rates since March 2009 Standard Packaging Drives Adoption ▪ Consistent Downloads Cloudera Downloads from Apache Apache Downloads 1,835% Cloudera Packages 1,392% ▪ Drive New Usage 1,026% 762% ▪ Enables New Hadoop Applications 384% 238% 100% 133% 100% 96% 95% 93% 97% 95% March 2009 May 2009 July 09 Aug 09 Sept 09 Normalized by unique users accessing hadoop.apache.org/core/releases.html and Cloudera Package Repositories in March 2009
    • Cloudera’s Business to Date Support, Training and Professional Services ▪ Dozens of Support Customers ▪ Using Hadoop for real enterprise workloads ▪ Training and Certification ▪ 100’s of engineers trained ▪ Sysadmin and Manager programs launched at Hadoop World ▪ Professional Services