Industry Perspectives from the 2013 O’Reilly Strata + Hadoop World Conference

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Big-Data1The O’Reilly Strata + Hadoop World Conference is one of a few conferences that seriously can deliver on the mission of providing a state-of-the-art perspective on the big data industry. Here is a selection of video presentations made by industry luminaries that can guide enterprise thought leaders in making the hard decisions for taking advantage of new technologies, in particular Hadoop. The talks were from the 2013 event held in New York City.

Hadoop’s Impact on the Future of Data Management – Mike Olson @mikeolson (Cloudera)

Separating Hadoop Myths from Reality – Jack Norris (MapR Technologies)

Big Impact from Big Data – Ken Rudin (Facebook)

Five Surprising Mobile Trajectories in Five Minutes – Tony Salvador (Intel Corporation )

Can Big Data Reach One Billion People? – Quentin Clark (Microsoft)

What Makes Us Human? A Tale of Advertising Fraud – Claudia Perlich (Dstillery)

From Fiction to Facts with Big Data Analytics – Ben Werther @bwerther (Platfora)

The Economic Potential of Open Data – Michael Chui (McKinsey Global Institute)

The Future of Hadoop: What Happened & What’s Possible? – Doug Cutting @cutting (Cloudera)

Designing Your Data-Centric Organization – Josh Klahr (Pivotal)

Encouraging You to Change the World with Big Data – David Parker (SAP)

The Value of Social (for) TV – Shawndra Hill (University of Pennsylvania)

Ubiquitous Satellite Imagery of our Planet – Will Marshall @wsm1 (Planet Labs)

The Big Data Journey: Taking a holistic approach – John Choi (IBM)

Rethink How You See Data – Sharmila Shahani-Mulligan @ShahaniMulligan (ClearStory Data)

Can Big Data Save Them? – Jim Kaskade @jimkaskade (Infochimps)

Changing the Face of Technology – Black Girls CODE – Peta Clarke @volunteerbgcny (Black Girls Code – NY), Donna Knutt @donnaknutt (Black Girls Code)

Beyond R and Ph.D.s: The Mythology of Data Science Debunked – Douglas Merrill @DouglasMerrill(ZestFinance)


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