I was working as a software engineer for the past 4 years, Basically I'm Front End Java developer.I changed of compagny recently and now I'm led to work on big data technologies and it's not so easy.
Since i integrated my new job (2 Month ago),i'm working in hadoop tools (Sqoop, Hue, Hive, HBase, Flume, Spark...) on cloudera distribution.
First i was really struggled to survive in hadoop environment but now i'm strating to get use to it :)
I hope to see you around
Hi, I'm David B. originally from Venezuela, currently living in Chile. I recently started to work with Cloudera Hadoop, I've been working with everything related to Linux/Unix OS software, networking, DBs, storage, virtualization and cloud... so for the past two weeks I've been learning as much as possible about hadoop, thanks to my new job, hopefully I'll get to where most of you are at the momment in terms of knowledge and/or even further.
Nice to meet you all !!
I'm work at Cloudera as an SDR. I help enterprise companies explore explore the possiblities of Hadoop and tell them about the features of Cloudera that can help them acheive their short-term and long term goals.
I come from the MSP world where we manage small to mid size businesses.
Super eager to start working with this as we have a ton of info and stats that we gather on our network that we are just not putting to use
My name is Steve I am an Oracle DBA who is getting to grips(well trying) with Hadoop.
I work for a Bank and we have just installed 2x11 node clusters and I am looking to build a team to support it.
I am also trying to understand data loading and ETL processes using the hadoop tools like sqoop
I've been herding Linux and Unix servers for a couple decades; hadoop custers nowhere near as long.
Hello, I am Rafi Sheikh, a beginner at Hadoop usage. My day to day role is SAS administrator. The majority of my work is setting up SAS server as a client to Hadoop cluster. To understand the difficulties or nuances, I have installed CDH 5.5 in our lab (Kerberos enabled). Currently struggling to get the XML, JAR files needed to connect to Hadoop (Cloudera Quickstart). On other note, I am house broken and human to 3 cats; Hunter, Amber, and Puma. Love travel. (Plz be gentle when I ask dumb Hadoop questions, I am sure I will ask many). Cheers!