Cisco is a Zettabyte sponsor at this week’s Strata Conference + Hadoop World in New York, NY, October 28-30.
Everyone’s talking about big data, but who’s actually doing it right—and how? Find out at Strata + Hadoop World, where big data’s most influential decision makers, architects, developers, and analysts gather to shape the future of their businesses. If you want to tap into the opportunities brought by big data, data science, and pervasive computing, you’ll want to be there too.
Stop by the Cisco Booth and please attend our breakout session:
“Deeper Insight into Operational Big Data Clusters”, delivered by Samuel Kommu, Cisco Technical Marketing Engineer
Wednesday at 1:45pm. Check here for more details.
We will showcase how our Cisco Nexus, UCS and our workload automation solutions–all configured specifically for Hadoop– that enable rapid deployment, predictable performance, and massive scale to help you get the most value from your big data deployments.
Also, stop by the Cisco booth to receive you free copy of Unleashing IT Big Data Edition. This special edition of Unleashing IT is all about Big Data. There is nothing simple about scaling up to the challenge of managing the mountain of data flooding into your data center every day. To learn how to start extracting value, avoid pitfalls, and best practices of big data management, check out our new edition, containing expert advice, thought leadership, and industry insight.
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Cisco Big Data Resources: www.cisco.com/go/bigdata
Tags: Big Data, Cisco Unified Management, Hadoop World, Strata Conference, Tidal, Tidal Enterprise Scheduler, unified management, workload automation
A little over a month ago we had a chance to present as session in conjunction with Eric Sammer of Cloudera on Designing Hadoop for the Enterprise Data Center and findings at Strata + Hadoop World 2012 .
Taking a look back, we started this initiative back in early 2011 as the demand for Hadoop was on the rise and we began to notice a lot of confusion from our customers on what Hadoop would mean to their Data Center Infrastructure. This lead us to our first presentation at Hadoop World 2011 where we shared an extensive testing effort with the goal of characterizing what happens when you run a Hadoop Map/Reduce job. Further, we illustrated how different network and compute considerations would change these characteristics. As Hadoop deployment gained tracking in enterprise, we found a need of developing network reference architecture for Hadoop. This lead us to another round of testing concluded earlier this year and presented at Hadoop Summit, which examined what happened when looking at design considerations such as architectures, availability, capacity, scale and management.
Finally this brings us to last month and our presentation at Strata + Hadoop World 2012. We met with Cloudera in the months leading up to the event and discussed what we could share to the Hadoop community. We discussed all the previous rounds of testing and came to the conclusion that along with a combination of customer experiences and another round of testing that examined Multi-tenant environments we could put together a talk that really addressed the fundamental design considerations of Hadoop in the Enterprise Data Center.
We went into depth to examine the network traffic considerations with Hadoop in the Data Center to
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Tags: Big Data, Cloudera, data center, Eric Sammer, Hadoop, Hadoop World, Strata