Hadoop Summit 2011 – Registration Now Open!
Calling all Hadoopers
Yahoo! is pleased to announce that this year’s Hadoop Summit is scheduled for June 29th at the Santa Clara Convention Center. Registration for the event is now open and offers an early bird special of $125, a savings of nearly 30% on the full ticket price of $175. This ends on May 1st, so register now to take advantage of this great offer.
Whether you are already running and managing a Hadoop installation, developing Hadoop-based applications or exploring how to adopt Apache Hadoop for your business, the summit provides a unique opportunity to gain deep insights into the world of Hadoop from the company that pioneered it. Learn about interesting and relevant real-world applications and find out about the latest Big Data research.
The summit brings together some of the most influential speakers in the Hadoop space. Our full agenda provides many informative tracks for developers, administrators, managers and researchers. A session focused on new and innovative applications using Hadoop which was ‘standing-room’ only last year will again be a highlight of the event. Stay tuned the agenda will be posted shortly as we continue to update it.
Last year, we had to close registration early as we reached capacity extremely quickly with over 1200 attendees. This year we expect to attract an even larger audience as Hadoop continues to go mainstream, so please make sure you register early because space is limited. Yahoo! is the world’s largest contributor to Apache Hadoop and is joined by a number of technology leaders like Amazon, China Mobile, Facebook, Linkedin and HP, all using Hadoop for their businesses. Come and find out how your company could benefit from using Hadoop.
To ensure you get a ticket, take advantage of our early bird special which costs $125, a savings of nearly 30% on the full ticket price of $175 – Register here. The Early Bird ticket price ends May 1st.
If you are working on projects on or using Hadoop, this is also a terrific opportunity for you to share your experience with thousands of fellow Hadoop users. To submit a session abstract for one of the tracks below you can find the presentation guidelines and detailed instructions here. Submission deadline is May 6th.
Based on community feedback and interest here are the tracks for this year:
Community: Presentations and discussions about Hadoop roadmap, contribution and best practices.
Operations and Management: Presentations and discussions about operations and management of Hadoop clusters and best practices.
Applications and Research: Case studies about innovative applications and Hadoop technologies based research studies.
We’re excited to be bringing you the Hadoop Summit 2011, and look forward to seeing you there.