Vineet Tyagi of Impetus Technologies presented a session at Cloud Expo on Hadoop and Big Data Analytics, which covered issues relevant to the use of Hadoop in the enterprise and an introduction to the ecosystem that has emerged around it. In this video interview, he went beyond the session to discuss some important side issues–and let us know what has been, quite literally, lost in translation to many.
Feature Articles from cloudexpo
– Highlights and thoughts from the floor of Cloud Expo 2010 in Silicon Valley where we attended to look for the intersection between high-performance computing, large-scale enterprise and what the two have in common as they look to the clouds.
Special Commentary from cloudexpo
rPath on IT and Cloud Challenges, Argonne Successes
rPath’s Jake Sorofman took a few moments during Cloud Expo to discuss the tensions in IT in the post-public cloud era between IT control and demands from users in addition to discussing a case study in brief at Argonne National Lab. Read more…
Selecting the Right “aaS”: Hubspan’s Margaret Dawson on Compliance and As-a-Service Choices
Following her session on choosing the right aaS for individual purposes, Vice President of Product Management, Margaret Dawson discusses the concept of B2B integration, security and compliance for risk-averse verticals like life sciences research and financial services. Read more…
Reid Smith from Savvis on Delivering High Performance Clouds
This week at Cloud Expo I spent some time talking to Reid Smith from Savvis about the range of cloud services and the role networks play within them for enterprise customers outside of financial services where low latency is not the top priority. We also touched on what makes clouds high performance and attractive to a range of potential users. Read more…
Of Hype and Hypervisors: Abiquo CEO Talks Enterprise Cloud Management
This week at Cloud Expo I caught up with Pete Malcolm, CEO of enterprise cloud management company, Abiquo to discuss cloud hype and what this means for cloud companies his own. We also touched on matters of agnostic hypervisors and vendor lock-in. Read more…