Yesterday we held a webinar with 451 Research and IBM about Big Data and the Rise of Spark.
The emergence of large scale Big Data projects continue to grow. This has fueled the need to process Big Data faster and is accelerating the adoption of new approaches and technologies. One such technology exploding in 2015 is Apache Spark.
Last night saw the latest Chef Users London meetup, held in Accenture’s impressive Fenchurch Street offices. As usual for Chef’s London meetups, there was a great turnout, with participants from across the DevOps spectrum. This meant there was a wide range of experience in the room, and even by Chef’s usual meetup standards we had a particularly engaged and interactive audience, which made for some interesting discussions.
Each month we strive to bring you the latest developments in cloud computing. And that’s why tomorrow we have invited 451 Research and IBM to discuss why you should care about big data and the rise of Spark. Stay up to date with the latest developments in the industry by registering now.
Analyst firm Gartner is pointing the finger at cloud management tools suggesting that “the tools available for businesses to manage their use of Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) cloud computing services are not as mature as the public cloud services themselves,” according to a Network World article.