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Michael Hausenblas
Works at MapR Technologies
Attended Graz University of Technology
Lives in Ireland
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Chief Data Engineer, EMEA
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open-minded, hands-on, attention to detail
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  • MapR Technologies
    Chief Data Engineer EMEA, 2013 - present
    Big Data advocate, Apache Drill contributor, Hadoop fanboi.
  • DERI, NUI Galway
    Web of Data researcher and practitioner, 2008 - 2013
    Linked Data researcher and practitioner.
  • Joanneum Research, Austria
    Applied Research, 2001 - 2008
    Multimedia Semantics, EC projects.
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Ireland
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Austria - The Netherlands
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Big data geek, developer and advocate.
Introduction

I'm Chief Data Engineer at MapR, responsible for the EMEA region. I'm a #developer at heart as well as an #IoT and #IaaS geek & advocate. Usually I'm utilising #Hadoop, Apache Spark, and the Lambda Architecture to help people tapping the potential of #BigData.

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Education
  • Graz University of Technology
    PhD, 2004 - 2008
  • Graz University of Technology
    MSc, 1995 - 2004
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http://eurosys2015.labri.fr/program/papers/

Looks like there'll finally be a paper on Google Borg …
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In this talk I describe how you can use Spark SQL DataFrames to speed up Spark programs, even without writing any SQL. By writing programs using the new DataFrame API you can write less code, read less data and let the optimizer do the hard work.
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In a previous post we shared our views on compute components for enterprise grade cloud infrastructure. In this post, we share our views on storage. Recently, we have seen the...
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By Srinath Perera (@srinath_perera). I was at Strata+Hadoop World 2015 last week and certainly interest for realtime analytics was at it's top. Realtime analytics, or what people call Realtime Analytics, has two flavors. Realtime Streaming Analytics ( static queries given once that do not change ...
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Niklas Nielsen of Mesosphere talks about the new features of the 0.22.0 release, incl. disk isolation, task labels and h…
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https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/9059/149023

Stream Processing 360 in the Hadoop Ecosystem: Use Cases and Best Practices on 22 April 2015
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Apache Myriad is a Mesos framework for dynamically scaling YARN clusters, allowing to run Hadoop apps such as Spark alongside non-Hadoop applications such as Node.js, Memecached, RoR, etc.
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Abstract: To support complex data-intensive applications such as personalized recommendations, targeted advertising, and intelligent services, the data management community has focused heavily on the design of systems to support training complex models on large datasets.
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