In 2016, Big Data Analytics with Hadoop and NoSQL databases are assumed to finally reach their “plateau of productivity”. Many real-world and down-to-earth IT departments in the market use Hadoop Hive, HBASE, SparkSQL and other products to query the data. This guest lecture will highlight major top-level facts about these SQL-related technologies, to help SUTD students navigate the “muddy waters” of similarities and differences.
Isilon Principal Systems Engineer
Dell EMC, Emerging Technologies Division
Arseny Chernov is the Principal Systems Engineer at Dell EMC. He is a seasoned expert in Platform-as-a-Service, Cloud Computing and Enterprise Datacenter fields. As a Singapore resident IT professional for the last seven years, his current regional Asia-Pacific and Japan (APJ) role focuses on successful adoption of scale-out storage systems at existing and new customers. He works closely with customers, partners, and local Dell EMC teams in Japan, Australia, Korea, India, China and South-East Asia countries.
Big Data and NoSQL are primary focuses for Arseny as they are essential components of the real-world data storage market. More and more companies of Telco, Financial, Manufacturing, Electronic Design and other verticals adopt NoSQL and Hadoop ecosystem projects in production.
Arseny is well-connected to Global HQ of Dell EMC, and represents real-world experience and requirements of APJ in negotiations with Product Management during strategic roadmap planning sessions.
Arseny holds a master’s degree from State University of Telecommunications (St.Petersburg, Russia), has worked in startups, global banks, and is also a Hadoop Certified Professional (Cloudera).
The powerpoint slides for the COIL seminar can be found here.