Gruter has participated in DeView 2013 Conference held from October 14 – 15 at Lotte Hotel World in Seoul Korea. DeView is one of the biggest developer conferences in Korea with over 2000 attendees each year. This year, 35 participants ranging from domestic software powerhouse like Naver, SK Telecom, KT to global software giants such as Google, Twitter, Linkedin and Cloudera have shared their knowledge and experience in eight session tracks.
In this conference, two developers from Gurter gave session speeches in Big Data Track. Hyeong-jun Kim, CTO and architect at Gruter, presented about real use cases of big data platform and experiences. Kim explained how to design best-fit platform architecture with combining various open source solutions, to meet the business requirements of various customers ranging from bio informatics, security log analysis, e-commerce to online contents services. And Jae-hwa Jung, a Tajo committer and senior developer at Gruter, introduced Apache Tajo, the SQL query engine on Hadoop. Jung showed the architecture, the advanced features and product roadmap of Apache Tajo, following its application case by SK Telecom. (related article: Why SKTelecom promote Tajo?)
Jae-hwa Jung introduced Apache Tajo in his session speech
Also Gruter has setup the booth where people could experience Apache Tajo and Cloumon.Especially, live demo of Tajo, showing 4-10 times faster than Hive, attracted a lot of people.
Live demo of Apache Tajo (right) and Cloumon(left) in Gruter’s booth
Apache committers together at Gruter booth
* Session deck: Data Platform Architecture and Use Cases
* Session deck: SQL-on-Hadoop with Apache Tajo, and application case of SK Telecom
* An article on Apache Tajo presentation in DEVIEW 2013
Why SKTelecom promotes Tajo?
TechSuda | Oct 24, 2013
The Big Data track at NHN’s DEVIEW 2013 Conference saw the presentation of several interesting case studies. One of these, a combined SK Telecom/Gruter presentation centered on big data warehouse system Tajo (http://tajo.incubator.apache.org), received particular attention. …The collaboration between the Korea’s largest telco and a small but rising local tech company makes this project a highly meaningful one. It interests me greatly to see large companies such as SK Telecom taking a lead in adopting and contributing to open source software in this way.