Spark Summit 2015
- Date: June 15 – 17, 2015
- Location: The Hilton Union Square, San Francisco, CA
- Watch: Live.SiliconANGLE.tv
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- Official Event Site
CEO & Co-founder, H2O (0xdata)
CEO & Co-founder, H2O (0xdata)
SriSatish Ambati stopped by theCUBE and chatted with George Gilbert about how the entire Internet is being built. He provided insight into how they built fast and scalable models using Spark.
Sri is becoming a regular Big Data contributor at theCUBE Big Data events including BigDataSV 2015 and BigDataNYC 2014.
Software Engineer, Oragami Logic
Manish Amde stopped by theCUBE and chatted with Ariana Gradow about how Origami is implementing Spark. He provided insight into how they help organizations to manage and visualize social data.
VP Strategy, Silicon Valley Data Science
Edd Dumbill stopped by theCUBE and chatted with John Furrier about the energy at the Spark Summit and how it gets many things right. He provided insight into what’s driving the Spark growth.
Edd has been sharing his Big Data insights with theCUBE community dating back to Strata-Hadoop World 2012. While we missed Edd in 2014, he made three visits in 2013 including the GE Industrial Internet Launch, BigData NYC 2013, and Strata-Hadoop World 2013.
Spark Practice & Innovation Labs, Impetus
Sachin Ghai stopped by theCUBE and chatted with Jeff Frick about how Spark is bringing the unified platform advantage. He provided insight into the machine learning and other capabilities that Spark has opened up.
Director Community Development, CrowdChat
Ariana Gradow stopped by theCUBE and chatted with Jeff Frick about the social excitement around Spark. She provided insight into the trending topics and how she’s using CrowdChat to see who’s leading the Spark discussions.
SVP & CTO, Informatica
Sanjay Krishnamurthi stopped by theCUBE and chatted with George Gilbert about how Informatica is using Spark. He provided insight into how they are extracting data for customers.
Justin Langseth stopped by theCUBE and chatted with George Gilbert about what inspired Zoomdata. He provided insight into where they are getting data from and how they are connecting data together using Spark.
Head of Global Financial Sevices, Paxata
Wayne Like stopped by theCUBE and chatted with Jeff Frick about what’s happening with Paxata. He provided insight into why self-service data prep is so important.
VP Strategy Chief Marketing Officer, MemSQL
Gary Orenstein stopped by theCUBE and chatted with Jeff Frick about what MemSQL has done with Spark. He provided insight into why so many people are using Spark.
Gary was a frequent guest while at Fusion-io, espousing on the benefits and impact of flash. From 2012 & Oracle Open World 2013, to VMworld 2011, 2012, and 2013, to Percona Live 2014, OCP Summit 2014, and the Atomic Launch event. Looking forward to getting Gary’s insight in his new role at MemSQL.
Co-founder & CEO, BlueData
Kumar Sreekanti stopped by theCUBE and chatted with George Gilbert about how they are building infrastructure software around Spark. He provided insight into what’s needed to configure the parameters within Spark.
Kumar’s first theCUBE interview was a particularly memorable one in Manhattan at BigDataNYC 2014
Martin Van Ryswyk
Executive Vice President of Engineering, DataStax
Martin Van Ryswyk stopped by theCUBE and chatted with George Gilbert about how different technologies fit together for customers. He provided insight into integrating Spark into various technologies to do analytics.
President & CEO, InfoObjects
Rishi Yadav stopped by theCUBE and chatted with Jeff Frick about how Hadoop and Spark are related. He provided insight into the combination of old workloads and new workloads using Spark.
Rishi regularly shares his perspective from working with customers on Big Data projects. Rishi’s first visit on #theCUBE was at Strata-Hadoop World 2013. Rishi has been sharing his knowledge at theCUBE BigData events including BigDataSV 2014 & BigDataSV 2015 and most recently Hadoop Summit 2015.
Matei Zaharia stopped by theCUBE and chatted with George Gilbert about the official announcement of IBM bringing over notebooks to Spark. He provided insight into how Databricks built their cloud platform around Notebooks.
Related Event – #SparkWeek IBM’s Apache™ Spark Community Event 2015 – #SparkInsight