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  1. 1. BIG DATA 2 0 1 3 Core Techniques and Technologies for Advancing Big Data26 & 27 April, 2013 Vivanta by Taj, BangaloreSome of the Esteemed Global Leaders Invited for this ConclaveDr. Vijay Srinivas Agneeswaran (Director of Technology) Impetus TechnologiesProf. Sharma Chakravarthy (Computer Science and Engineering Department) University of TexasMr. Arun Murthy (Founder & Architect) HortonworksDr. Sergey Melnik (Member of Technical Staff) GoogleMr. Eric Evanss (Software Engineer) AcunuMr. Lee Feinberg (President) DecisionViz bg a n a
  2. 2. BIG DATA 2 0 1 3Tech Conclave OverviewBig data is no more a term associated with big enterprises and internet giants. Interest in thisspace is growing rapidly, as many companies are keen to leverage their data and increase salesand productivity. In India the market for Big Data was valued at $58.4 million in 2011 and with agrowth projection of 37.8% a year; the big data market is expected to grow to around $153.1million in 2014. This is still a tiny fraction of the global big data pie, which is expected to growfrom $3.2 billion in 2010 to $16.9 billion in 2015.Indian IT-BPO companies have the scope to strengthen their position in the global big datamarket, but the key will be in quickly adopting new technologies, hiring the best talent andbuilding a revenue model, which can propel service providers to deliver quality big datasolutions in the global market space.The tech conclave will feature presentations, case studies and key insights into to the latesttools and technologies from some of the biggest tech gurus and leaders in the world of big data.They’ve done the work themselves and have created the next gen solutions for big data. Learnbest practices and how to avoid pitfalls in using big data analytics technologies such as Hadoop,MapReduce, Google spanner, Mongo, predictive modeling, social media analytics, in-databaseprocessing, and more. If you want to be the next leader in providing cutting edge big datasolutions and services, then this is the forum to meet the today’s leaders in the big data space,who will help you and your company reshape the future of big data.Source for Big Data growth projection Courtesy: IDCWho should attend?(Project Managers) (IT Directors) (IT Managers)(Database Architects) (Database Administrators)(Test Lead) (Software Developers) (Software Architects)(Data Scientists) (QA Managers) (Data Warehouse Managers)(Data Warehouse Developers)Don’t miss the big revolution in data 26 & 27 April, 2013 Vivanta by Taj, Bangalore
  3. 3. BIG DATA 2 0 1 3 Silver Sponsor Media Partner Event Partner Conceptualized & Organized By26 & 27 April, 2013 Vivanta by Taj, Bangalore
  4. 4. BIG DATA 2 0 1 3Key Takeaways Learn how to develop Big Data Technical Architecture Design Solutions Implement and Analyze Big Data within your organization How do you Manage Big Data IT Projects Learn Testing Strategy for dealing with Big Data Learn Big Data Related tools and techniques Identifying talent pool required for Big Data within IT Deparement Explore future Big Data technologies Learn Big Data integration solutions Understand Visualization and Interface of Big Data Learn Machine Language algorithms Learn Big Data Analytics and use it to take actionable steps that affect your customers’ needs.Big Data in Today’s Business and Technology Environment 2.7 Zetabytes of data exist in the digital universe today. 235 Terabytes of data has been collected by the U.S. Library of Congress in April 2011. The Obama administration is investing $200 million in big data research projects. IDC Estimates that by 2020, business transactions on the internet- business-to-business and business-to-consumer – will reach 450 billion per day. Facebook stores, accesses, and analyzes 30+ Petabytes of user generated data. Akamai analyzes 75 million events per day to better target advertisements. 94% of Hadoop users perform analytics on large volumes of data not possible before; 88% analyze data in greater detail; while 82% can now retain more of their data. Walmart handles more than 1 million customer transactions every hour, which is imported into databases estimated to contain more than 2.5 petabytes of data. More than 5 billion people are calling, texting, tweeting and browsing on mobile phones worldwide. Decoding the human genome originally took 10 years to process; now it can be achieved in one week. In 2008, Google was processing 20,000 terabytes of data (20 petabytes) a day. The largest AT&T database boasts titles including the largest volume of data in one unique database (312 terabytes) and the second largest number of rows in a unique database (1.9 trillion), which comprises AT&T’s extensive calling records. Source: 26 & 27 April, 2013 Vivanta by Taj, Bangalore
  5. 5. BIG DATA 2 0 1 39:00am Understanding The Overall Big Data Architecture – Discuss Solutions And Design Patterns For A Better Storage And Processing Of Big DataSpeaker:9:30am Big Data Analytics Using Hadoop And Map/ReduceSpeaker: Mr. Arun Murthy (Founder & Architect) Hortonworks - California10:15am Introduction To Big Query For Big Data And Dremel AnalyticsSpeaker: Dr. Sergey Melnik (Member of Technical Staff) Google - California11:00am Morning Refreshment Break11:30am Introduction To Machine Learning On Big DataSpeaker: Dr.Vijay Srinivas Agneeswaran (Director of Technology) Impetus Technologies - India12:15pm Using Cassandra In Bigdata ImplementationSpeaker: Mr. Eric Evanss (Software Engineer) Acunu - California1:00pm Networking Lunch2:00pm Introduction To Hive And How It Is Used In Big Data ProjectsSpeaker:2:45pm Getting Started With Apache HbaseSpeaker:3:30pm Evening Refreshment Break4:00pm Understand And Learn Graph Database For Big Data – Discuss Various Tools UsedSpeaker:4:45pm Panel Discussion: Big Data Talent Management - Identifying Big Data Talent Pool For Information Technology And The Role Of Data Scientist Within Your IT DepartmentModerator:Panelist: 26 & 27 April, 2013 Vivanta by Taj, Bangalore
  6. 6. BIG DATA 2 0 1 39:30am Introduction to Sematic technologies in Big Data and Graph MiningSpeaker: Prof. Sharma Chakravarthy (Computer Science and Engineering Department) The University of Texas10:00am Challenges Of Big Data Integration And Solutions For Successful Data IntegrationSpeaker:10:45am Overview Of Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS)Speaker: Facebook11:30am Morning Refreshment Break12:00pm Building Big Data Interface And Visualization d Visualization iSpeaker: Mr. Lee Feinberg (President) DecisionViz - New York New York12:45pm Agile Framework For Managing Big Data Projects ng Big Data Projects g rSpeaker:1:30pm Networking Lunch2:30pm Testing Big Data Implementation on nSpeaker:3:15pm Introducing Druid Real Time Analytics Data Store nalytics Data StoreSpeaker:4:00pm Evening Refreshment Break4:30pm Panel Discussion: Big Data Future Trends - Discuss Upcoming Techniques And Technologies ture Upcoming Techniques And Technologies p h For BIG DataModerator:Panelist: 5:30pm Close of Conference Close of Conference o 26 & 27 April, 2013 Vivanta by Taj, Bangalore
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  8. 8. BIG DATA 2 0 1 3Delegate Registration Form Completed contracts can be e-mailed to Email:reg@asiaknow.comDelegate Information Please make cheques/DDs payable in favour of:Name:Designation: "Asia Knowledge Associates"Mobile:Email: And send it toName: Singapore GardensDesignation: Green Fields 1 No 18Mobile: Doddakallasandra, Gubbalala CrossEmail: Uttrahalli HobliName: Bangalore – 5600062Designation: Near GokulamMobile: Ph: 080 -2256 6262Email: Delegate Package (Non Residential)For more delegates, please send delegateinformation on another page 10 and above INR 6000 per delegateCompany: 5 and above INR 7000 per delegateAddress: 3 and above INR 9000 per delegate The above pricing is subject to 12.36% service taxAuthorized by / Billing Information:Signatory must be authorized to sign on Your Signature & Company Sealbehalf of contracting organizationName:Designation: Date:MobileFax: This booking is invalid without a signature.Email: Delegate fees is to reach us within 7 days ofTerms & Conditions: contract date(1.) Fees are inclusive of programmes materials and refreshments and the event is non-residential (2.) Payment Terms: Following completion and return of theregistration form, full payment is required within 5 days from receipt of invoice. PLEASE NOTE: Payment must be received prior to the conference date. (3.)Cancellation /Substitution: Provided the total fee has been paid, substitutions at no extra charge are allowed. Cancellations must be received in writing by mailor fax Two (2) weeks before the conference is to be held in order to obtain a full credit for any future Asia Knowledge Associates conference. Thereafter, thefull conference fee is payable and is non refundable. The service charge is completely non-refundable and non-creditable. Nonpayment or non-attendance doesnot constitute cancellation. If, for any reason, Asia Knowledge Associates decides to cancel or postpone this conference, Asia Knowledge Associates is notresponsible for covering airfare, hotel, or other travel costs incurred by clients. The conference fee will not be refunded, but can be credited to a futureconference. Event programme content is subject to change without notice. (4.) Copyright etc: All intellectual property rights in all materials produced ordistributed by Asia Knowledge Associates in connection with this event is expressly reserved and any unauthorized duplication, publication or distribution isprohibited. (5.) Governing law: This Agreement shall be governed and construed in accordance with the law of India and the parties submit to the exclusivejurisdiction of the Indian Courts in Bengaluru. 26 & 27 April, 2013 Vivanta by Taj, Bangalore