Friday 19th November, 2010
4:00pm to 4:30pm
We are using hbase for a wide range of data mining projects at Mendeley. I will talk about why we chose hbase over other solutions when we moved from mysql, how we went about migrating our systems over, and the problems we faced along the way. I will also discuss where HBase fits in today along side other open source technologies at Mendeley.
Dan Harvey is the lead engineer of the datamining team at Mendeley, who are working on the research and development of a range of information retrieval and machine learning projects. He is also architecting Mendeley's systems to support these projects at the web-scale.
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