Big Data Security and Data Governance Meetup - May 5, 2016 in San Jose, CA

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Date:May 5, 2016
Location:

Prysm Inc

180 Baytech Drive, Suite 110, San Jose, CA

Time:18:30
Registration Link:

http://www.meetup.com/Big-Data-Security-and-Data-Governance-Meetup/events/230351582/

                        

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  • Addressing Big Data Security and Governance Requirements with Apache Drill -Dale Kim -  Sr. Director of Industry Solutions & Mitesh Shah - Senior Product Manager

Apache Drill continues to get significant attention as a powerful SQL-on-Hadoop technology. It gained a strong testimonial in early 2015 when the analyst firm Gigaom gave it their highest rating among SQL-on-Hadoop solutions, even before its 1.0 release. It has made tremendous progress since then, and is a solution that all big data users and implementers should consider. Not only is it an ANSI SQL engine that delivers “schema on read” on unstructured data, it also can be used to address specific security and governance issues, especially with data agility in mind. In this talk, Dale Kim and Mitesh Shah of MapR Technologies will give their perspectives on big data security and governance, and how Apache Drill can be used to address some key data management requirements, including those for regulatory compliance.

 

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