Welcome to the community xylenet. I noticed your post about the oozie issue and hopefully you will get a response soon. Since the community is a peer to peer network with Clouderans also posting as time allows, it may take a little time. Best of luck and thank you for sharing.
I am currently working for a big telecommunications company in Texas, USA. I am currently in a role of a Development Manager/Specialist with around 15 years of experience in Advance J2EE technologies. Although I am interested in getting involved with the Hadoop use cases and as I go through the studies, training and projects. As I have the very solid Java and sql background so can understand all the created items till the depth. Very interesting framework and is going to be evolved in the future to create the benchmark. I am specially excited to see how OLTP works with Big Data.
Thanks & Regards
@LC, glad to have you in our community and welcome to the big world of big data! I actually spent several of my early years in my IT career at Nortel Networks up in Dallas, telecom is a fast-moving industry!
Best of luck,
I am Swamy Kulkarni working as Product Manager in Thomson Reuters. I have been into data warehouse/data management domain for over 10 years, initially within personal finance and then mostly into Capital Markets (Market Data) space. My technical expertise has been with data modeling and SQL queries. I am primarily a product person focussing on management side of it.
And right now (quite laboriously) I getting hands on with Cloudera/Spark to figure out if some of our structured/time series data management problems/needs can be defined as 'our' big data problem and how Cloudera can solve it.
Looking forward to an interactive journey in this community.
Welcome to our community, Swamy! Best of luck on your big data adventure, we're sure you'll find the assistance you need here.
I am Bhaskar Singhal, working with HP in Bangalore, India.
I have been working mainly in the storage domain, developing/architecting storage servers and data management applications.
Lately I am spending considerable time in cloud computing, columnar data stores etc and have just started exploring kudu and impala on kudu.
I'm pretty new in Cloudera world.
I got in touch with Cloudera's world during an Hadoop course based on Cloudera VM, which was offered by my Company (Engineering SpA, Italy).
I am a physicist: driven by my PhD in particle physics, I approached the world of big data and data mining techninques (a quite
familiar environement for those having working in particle physics, indeed..). In particular, recently I was engaged in projects for data mining
for a medical research center.
My interests span over books, history of science, knowledge and philosphy. I am a passionate runner and cyclist.
Excited to learn more and understand how data may change lives in better!