Advanced Analytics in Hadoop

By |June 17th, 2014

On June  11 Thomas Dinsmore gave a nice outline on tools and technologies that are out there handling analytics in Hadoop. It is a must watch for anyone looking for what advance analytics Hadoop could deliver.

Please find video and slides below.


What is the state of play for advanced analytics in Hadoop? A year ago, options included “roll your own” and little else; today there are a number of serious open source and commercial options available, with new capabilities announced daily.

In this presentation, we begin with a brief overview of use cases for advanced analytics […]

Unraveling the Mystery of Big Data

By |June 5th, 2014

Curious about the Big Data hype? Want to find out just how big, BIG is? Who’s using Big Data for what, and what can you use it for? How about the architecture underpinnings and technology stacks? Where might you fit in the stack? Maybe some gotchas to avoid? Lionel Silberman, a seasoned Data Architect spreads some light on it. A good and wholesome refresher into Big Data and what all it can do.
Our guest speaker:

Lionel Silberman,
Senior Data Architect, Compuware
Lionel Silberman has over thirty years of experience in big data product development. He has expert knowledge of relational databases, both internals and applications, performance tuning, modeling, and programming. His product […]

AnalyticsWeek Unconference March 2014 Coverage

By |May 28th, 2014

AnalyticsWeek Unconference Track Day:
AnalyticsWeek Unconference Track day was designed with a Keynote and a panel discussion. The idea was to give a strategic outlook during the keynote and bridge it with more tactical use cases that will emerge from the discussion with the panel. Each day was narrated by a track lead, whose job was to keep the track in time and maximize the fun. Each panel moderator coordinated with the keynote speaker topic to keep the content bridge as intact as possible and at the same time maintain their ingenuity in crafting the panel as per their vision. All the panelist and keynote talents were carefully selected to suit the […]

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    Rethinking classical approaches to analysis and predictive modeling

Rethinking classical approaches to analysis and predictive modeling

By |May 5th, 2014


The speaker will address the need to rethink classical approaches to analysis and predictive modeling. He will examine “iterative analytics” and extremely fine grained segmentation down to a single customer – ultimately building one model per customer or millions of predictive models delivering on the promise of “segment of one” . The speaker will also address the speed at which all this has to work to maintain a competitive advantage for innovative businesses.


Afshin Goodarzi Chief Analyst 1010data

A veteran of analytics, Goodarzi […]