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Monday, April 7 • 10:55am - 11:45am
How Apache Phoenix enables interactive, low latency applications over your HBase data

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Apache Phoenix (http://phoenix.incubator.apache.org) opens the door for an entirely new class of applications for Apache HBase - interactive big data applications that demand low latency as opposed to the typical map-reduce, batch-oriented applications. Phoenix is the technology used to support big data at Salesforce.com and the first SQL query engine to be built specifically for HBase, leveraging all of its power to push the computation to where the data lives. Not just a read-only query engine, but one that supports full DDL, DML, secondary indexes, views, and multi-tenant data. Delivered as a standard JDBC driver, it allows anyone who knows SQL to leverage the power of HBase for interactive, big data applications.

Come learn about the difference between this and other SQL-over-Hadoop products, and hear about our roadmap for the future.

Speakers
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James Taylor

Architect, Salesforce.com
James Taylor is an architect at Salesforce.com in the Big Data Group. He founded the Apache Phoenix project and leads its on-going development efforts. Prior to working at Salesforce.com, James worked at BEA Systems on projects such as a federated query processing system and an event driven programming platform and has worked at various other start-ups in the computer industry over the past 20 years.


Monday April 7, 2014 10:55am - 11:45am
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