How Klout changed the landscape of social media with Hadoop and BI Slides Updated

One of the key themes that Dave Mariani (@dmarini) and I were talking about during this year’s Hadoop Summit was that:

Hadoop and BI are better together

as I have detailed this in many previous blog posts.  As noted during our session – How Klout changed the landscape of social media with Hadoop and BI – combing Hadoop and BI together is something you can do right now to accelerate your understanding of the data that you have amassed in your Hadoop cluster.

For more information, we have updated our Hadoop Summit slides to include additional screenshots for your reference.

 

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As well, we have created a GitHub repository at https://github.com/dennyglee/Caprica which will contain the sample code on how to build a web/social SDK using Scala, node.js, Hadoop, Hive, and Analysis Services as we had shown during our session.

 

 

 

Enjoy!

6 Comments

  1. […] Lee (@dennylee) explained How Klout changed the landscape of social media with Hadoop and BI Slides Updated in a 7/9/2012 […]

  2. Hi, We were wondering if you guys still plan to put the sample code which was demonstrated at the session?. Thanks.

  3. Hi, We were wondering if you guys plan to put sample code as demonstrated at the session on github anytime soon?. Thanks. Looking forward to it.

    1. I’d say probably around mid October – we’re almost done the case study and we’re writing up the code samples starting this week, eh?! Thanks for your interest!

  4. […] Over the last few months, we’ve chatted about how Hadoop and BI are better together – it’s a common theme that Dave Mariani (@dmariani) and I have spoke together about in our session How Klout changed the landscape of social media with Hadoop and BI. […]

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