It all started from one person calling me out on not having one of those shiny Mac Pros, so I decided to build my own. Thanks for watching!
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Watch Trouble present a three-day workshop on ZFS in however little time the conference organisers were willing to allocate for it! We’ll cover topics from filesystem reliability over snapshots and volume management to future directions in ZFS.
ZFS is known as ‘the last word in filesystems’. This workshop will get your hands dirty with installing, configuring and managing reliable and scalable storage systems with ZFS on FreeBSD. We will cover pool-based storage, optimising storage systems for performance and redundancy and practise zero-downtime recovery from common storage events such as failing disks or running out of space. Participants should bring a laptop with either VirtualBox or VMware installed.
linux.conf.au is a conference about the Linux operating system, and all aspects of the thriving ecosystem of Free and Open Source Software that has grown up around it. Run since 1999, in a different Australian or New Zealand city each year, by a team of local volunteers, LCA invites more than 500 people to learn from the people who shape the future of Open Source. For more information on the conference see
Silicon Valley American Marketing Association
Marketing Thought Conference
“Ideas That Drive Results”
Santa Clara, California
May 31, 2007
In this slidecast, Kris Thorleifsson and Agust Egilsson from QuantCell Research describe how their easy-to-use big data spreadsheet and end-user programming environment.
“QuantCell is a big data spreadsheet and an end-user programming tool. It improves turnaround time and enables SMEs to benefit from big data. It enables non-developers to build complex analysis, models and applications, and it brings the capabilities of major programming languages to the spreadsheet user. QuantCell supports real time Big Data frameworks and Apache Hadoop installations. It allows you to build MapReduce analysis or submit real time queries right from the spreadsheet, submit it to a Hadoop server and watch it hack away. The results can be delivered back to the spreadsheet for further analysis and visualization.”