PALO ALTO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Hadoop Summit North America 2013, the premier Apache Hadoop community event, today announced that sponsorships have sold out, demonstrating record ecosystem support from leading producers of software and services for the enterprise. The full list of Platinum, Gold and Silver sponsors is available now, and features a combination of traditional and open source software and services companies which will make this the largest and most successful Hadoop Summit ever. The two-day event, hosted by Hortonworks and Yahoo!, will be held at the San Jose Convention Center in San Jose, Calif., on June 26-27, and is expected to draw more than 2,700 attendees. This excitement around the event is further proof that Hadoop has matured as a key component of the next generation data architecture. The open source community, corporate enterprises and key partners are all excited about Hadoop 2.0 and YARN driving closer to general availability.
Hadoop Summit 2013 will feature more than 90 breakout sessions and seven different tracks focused on Apache Hadoop use cases and success stories, industry panels, lightning talks, best practices, cautionary tales and technology insights. The program features speakers from more than 50 organizations, including Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, eBay, LinkedIn, PayPal, Salesforce.com, Sears Holdings, Netflix and Twitter. Additionally, there is a full complement of community meet-ups including a pre-conference bike meet-up, Big Data Camps and other opportunities for the community to gather, interact and share insights and plans.
- Merv Adrian, research VP, Gartner, “Hadoop Turns a Corner, and Sees the Future”
- Jer Thorpe, an artist and educator known for exploring the many-folded boundaries between science, data, art and culture, “Making Data More Human”
- Quentin Clark, corporate vice president, Microsoft, “Transform Your Business with Insights from all Data”
- Scott Gnau, president, Teradata, “Putting Hadoop to Work in the Enterprise”
- Bruno Fernandez-Ruiz, senior fellow and vp of platforms, Yahoo!, “Hadoop and Continuous Computing: Looking Beyond MapReduce”
Outside the keynotes, there will be customer and partner panels on real-world insights into Hadoop and the enterprise, as well as Hadoop and the thriving ecosystem.
“The countdown to the Summit is underway with sold-out sponsorships, a rich educational program featuring nearly 100 sessions, and the participation of the Apache Hadoop community’s brightest minds,” said Rob Bearden, CEO of Hortonworks. “We’d like to thank our sponsors and community members in advance for their support in making this year’s event the biggest and best ever, and demonstrating the power of 100-percent open source Apache Hadoop as the next-generation data platform.”
The complete lineup of Hadoop Summit North America 2013 sponsors includes:
- Arista Networks
- Citus Data
- Data Torrent
- Intel Corporation
- MapR Technologies
- WANDisco Inc.
- Cloudwick Technologies
- Mellanox Technologies
- Persistent Systems
- Red Hat
- Revolution Analytics
- Rocket Fuel
- Sendero Business Services
- Simba Technologies
- SoftNet Solutions
- Tableau Software
- Voltage Security
Hadoop Summit would also like to thank its 2013 media sponsors: Datanami, theCUBE, SiliconAngle and Wikibon.
To register for the Hadoop Summit 2013, please visit: www.hadoopsummit.org.
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