Arizona SQL Server Users Group

Next Meeting: Wed, May 08 2013

AZ SQL Server User Group April Meeting

Language: English
Event Type: In-Person
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Title: MPP Appliance or Hadoop/Hive? What's Your Enterprise Data Warehouse Solution? Speaker: John Yang Summary: MPP(Massive Parallel Processing) appliance and Hadoop are two main approaches in data warehouse landscape. In this session, we will review the architecture of traditional MPP (Microsoft PDW/Netezza/Teradata) and Hadoop ecosystem, and the most relevant differentiation among those platforms. We will also discussion the use case of each system and provide best process and guidance for selecting an suitable solution for your data warehouse need.

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UTC : Wed, May 08 2013 23:30 - 01:00
Event Time : Wed, May 08 2013 16:30 - 18:00 (UTC-07:00) Arizona
Your Local Time: Wed, May 08 2013 23:30 - 01:00

Where

60 E Rio Salado Parkway, 12th Floor
Tempe, Arizona

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Featured Presentation

MPP Appliance or Hadoop/Hive? What's Your Enterprise Data Warehouse Solution?

Speaker: Jian Yang, Data Solution architect US Airways

Summary: MPP(Massive Parallel Processing) appliance and Hadoop are two main approaches in data warehouse landscape. In this session, we will review the architecture of traditional MPP (Microsoft PDW/Netezza/Teradata) and Hadoop ecosystem, and the most relevant differentiation among those platforms. We will also discussion the use case of each system and provide best process and guidance for selecting an suitable solution for your data warehouse need.

About Jian: John Yang is currently data solution architect for US Airways. His areas of expertise include big data, data mining, data warehouse architecture, business Intelligence and predictive analysis. he is also the part time research associate with ASU Biomedical Informatics Department, working towards promoting clinical research data warehouse to research community.

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