My name is Brian, and I am an engineer with a large mining equipment manufacturer, in the remote health monitoring and analytics group. My professional background is principally in the mechanical engineering domain, but with graduate and professional experience in Matlab.
Specifically, I am focused on vibration data acquisition, processing, and analysis. That responsibility spans from the actual onboard sensors to the predictive and prescriptive analytics, as analysis is predicated on some understanding of the instrumentation and signal processing principles. Vibration signature datasets are very dense, which made vibration-based condition monitoring one of the original instances of "big data" in the industrial space.
Currently working on building up expertise in Python and Spark (including PySpark).
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My name is Kapil, I am a software developer, been working on projects involving Java/Scala/Databases for around 12 years across various industries. At present, I am working for a bank based in London.
My current project is based on collecting data from various sources and then merging information to make it usable by end users. I feel our project has got huge scope for big data technologies as we often deal with big data sets. I have got limited experience with big data technologies and so joined community to learn more and more. I am also preparing for Cloudera Apache Spark certification. I will be glad to talk to fellow members who are interested in this certification and sharing experiences.
Working on integrating Hadoop with Pipeline Pilot. Pipeline Pilot is a cornerstone component for many of Dassault Systemes scientific software applications.
Tayseer is a lead consultant at Devoteam Middle East. He has 16 years of experience in consulting, business management, projects/programs management, and presales within Private and Governmental sectors within the Middle East business markets.
Tayseer is currently working with many clients in the kingdom, helping in having full transformation to deliver tier one and world class services to the consumers. Tayseer has hands on experience within multiple government and private sectors. He used to work closely with top executives in developing IT strategies and advising them to better achieve their entities’ objectives. He is an expert in running consultancy operations within cross-functional teams and managing the delivery of ICT projects.
Tayseer’s Functional Skills are in consultancy, business visioning, project management, data quality assurance, and business management, performance management, and balanced scorecards. In addition, He has considerable skills in requirement analysis, building RFPs, tendering, and evaluating vendors and technologies.
As for the Technical Skills, Tayseer having over 16 years of a broad experience in all aspects of Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing technology and Performance Management (KPI, BSC), and he have been designing solution, building and supporting complex business intelligence systems. Although he have an extensive data warehousing technologies.
Major Projects that Tayseer participated in include:
- Business Development and Market Research.
- Business Transformation and Data Management Strategies.
- Business Roadmaps and Transition Plans.
- Implementing effective Balanced Scorecard process.
- Initiative and Leadership Character. - Project Management
- Tendering and Bid Management.
- Data Quality Management (Planning, Assurance and Control).
- Executive presentation and communication skills.
- Developing of BSC strategy maps, objectives, KPIs, targets & initiatives.
- Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence
- Technology evaluation (process and selection)
- System Integration
- Data Modelling and Data Architectures
- Predictive Analysis and Big Data - Business/Systems Analysis
- Business Process Reengineering
- Business, Solution, and Data Modeling using Erwin tools
- Data Migration and Consolidation
- Problem Solving
- Successful BSC Automation.
Hi all. My name is Stevie, and I'm a DevOps Engineer who just inherited a CDH 5 cluster from a former employee, so I've been trying to ramp up. I took a 4-day course but as we all know, nothing beats real life experience. My background is in Linux and networking. In my current role I support an ad-serving platform with a mixture of open source tech like Kafka, Storm, Zookeeper, along with more standard fare like Tomcat, Aerospike, and Postgres. I hope to get feedback from folks who have experience with CDH as I work my way through the gotchas that are sure to come up (you know, like this past weekend when 18 datanodes suddenly stopped working).
Looking forward to interacting with you all.