Shared Ceph Data Lake for Hadoop/Spark Clusters Accelerated by Intel Flash – Intel Conversations in the Cloud – Episode 115

November 15th, 2017 |
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In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: In this episode of Conversations in the Cloud, Brent Compton, Senior Director of Storage Solution Architectures at Red Hat, and Brien Porter, Senior Program Manager for Storage Solutions at Intel, join us to discuss software defined storage solutions for enterprises. Brien and Brent talk about their focus on making Spark, Hadoop, and Ceph work better on Intel hardware and helping enterprises scale efficiently. Brent discusses why it is better to run BigData on Ceph including sharing data sets between multiple clusters for more controlled growth. Brien and Brent also talk about why the Intel Xeon Scalable platform is uniquely qualified to run in a BigData architecture.

To learn more about what Red Hat and Intel are doing to improve data center agility and flexibility, visit:
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