Big Data

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Time for #GLOC, #SQLSatDallas, #DataSummit18

The next nine days, I’m traveling to three cities for four events. We’ll just call this the 9-3-4 gauntlet of speaker life. I booked this travel as four, one-way flights to get the itinerary
I needed to make the most of my schedule and will have breaks between each event to make sure I don’t kill myself my last two weeks at Delphix.

GLOC

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Broadening Your Audience

I spent this week speaking at two conferences that may not be familiar to my usual crowd:
Techwell StarEast Testing Conference in Orlando, FL
Interop ITX Data Conference in Las Vegas, NV

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StarEast, InteropITX and GDPR

I’m getting ready to get on a plane between two events today and have been so busy, that there’s been a break in blogging.  That’s right folks, Kellyn has let a few things slide….

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Content- My Year in Review, 2017

So where did 2017 go?!?!?  I really, really would like to know…  Needless to say, it’s time to do a year in review already and I actually have time to do it this year!

DBAKevlar Blog

I wrote over 100 blog posts this year between DBAKevlar, Delphix and partner sites, but I’ve enjoyed sharing with the different communities.  There’s significant changes going on in the IT world regarding the future of the Database Administrator.

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Hadoop for Database Professionals class at NoCOUG Fall Conference on 9th Nov

If you happen to be in Bay Area on Thursday 9th November, then come check out the NoCOUG Fall Conference in California State University in downtown Oakland, CA.

Gluent is delivering a Hadoop for Database Professionals class as a separate track there (with myself and Michael Rainey as speakers) where we’ll explain the basics & concepts of modern distributed data processing platforms and then show a bunch of Hadoop demos too (mostly SQL-on-Hadoop stuff that database folks care about).

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Understanding Data Gravity as a DBA

Data gravity and the friction it causes within the development cycle is an incredibly obvious problem in my eyes.

Data gravity suffers from the Von Newmann Bottleneck. It’s a basic limitation on how fast computers can be. Pretty simple, but states that the speed of where data resides and where it’s processed is the limiting factor in computing speed.

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Hadoop for Database Professionals – St. Louis (7. Sep)

Here’s some more free stuff by Gluent!

We are running another half-day course together with Cloudera, this time in St. Louis on 7. September 2017.

We will use our database background and explain using database professionals terminology why “new world” technologies like Hadoop will take over some parts of the enterprise IT, why are those platforms so much better for advanced analytics over big datasets and how to use the right tool from Hadoop ecosystem for solving the right problem.

More information below. See you there!

Also, Michael Rainey will deliver a SQL-on-Hadoop overview session in Portland, OR on 6. Sep 2017

 

 

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Apache Impala Internals Deep Dive with Tanel Poder + Gluent New World Training Month

We are running a “Gluent New World training month” in this July and have scheduled 3 webinars on following Wednesdays for this!

The first webinar with Michael Rainey is going to cover modern alternatives to the traditional old-school “ETL on a RDBMS” approach for data integration and sharing. Then on the next Wednesday I will demonstrate some Apache Impala SQL engine’s internals, with commentary from an Oracle database geek’s angle (I plan to get pretty deep & technical). And in the end of the month, a Gluent customer Vistra Energy will talk about their journey towards a modern analytics platforms.

All together this should give a good overview of architectural opportunities that modern enterprise data platforms provide, with some technical Apache Impala hacking thrill too!

Offload, Transform & Present – The New World of Data Integration

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Virtualizing Big Data in the Cloud

I’m in sunny Phoenix this week at the Data Platforms 2017 Conference and looking forward to a break in the heat when I return to Colorado this evening.

As this event is for big data, I expected to present on how big data could benefit from virtualization, but was surprised to find that I didn’t have a lot of luck finding customers utilizing us for this reason, (yet).  As I’ve discussed in previous presentations, I was aware of what a “swiss army knife” virtualization is, resolving numerous issues, across a myriad of environments, yet often unidentified.

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Conference Networking- Tips to Doing it Right

I was in a COE, (Center of Excellence) meeting yesterday and someone asked me, “Kellyn, is your blog correct?  Are you really speaking at a Blockchain event??”  Yeah, I’m all over the technical map these days and you know what?

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