As an attendee with beginner to intermediate Hadoop Experience, you might be asking yourself: Where do we go from here? Your superiors seek long term strategy, your business owners want to keep momentum, and your technology team is excited to try new things!
The Data Science territories of Hadoop ecosystem have expanded to include a vast array of open source and commercial products in the areas of Business intelligence, ETL, Math, Scaled Algorithms, Data Preparation, CRM, Log Management Analytics, and Messaging. Things get really exciting as your platforms begin to work in harmony with the Hadoop ecosystem. New doors open up as life changes using platforms like R, SAS, and 0xdata as part of the scientific toolbox.
Attendees will hear viewpoints about what’s better, what’s worse, how it has influenced long-term approaches to strategy with data, architecture, planning, and research. Attendees will also receive electronic worksheets and formulas to help them with research, planning, and implementation.
Mark Slusar is currently a Research Fellow at Allstate where he is responsible for the research and prototyping in the corporate portfolio of big data projects. Mark has a diverse background in software development, operations, research, data science, leadership, design, and prototyping. He has worked across an extremely wide variety of disciplines and subjects of data joining many ideas, sources, and view points. This blending has positioned Mark as an inventor and extremely active contributor to many organizations intellectual property portfolios and disruptive product development.
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