Meet HBase 2.0 and Phoenix-5.0

Tuesday, June 19
2:00 PM - 2:40 PM
Executive Ballroom 210C/G

This talk will give an overview of two exciting releases for Apache HBase and Phoenix. HBase 2.0 is the next stable major release for Apache HBase scheduled for early 2018. It is the next evolution from the Apache HBase community after 1.0. HBase-2.0 contains a large number of features that are long time in development, some of which include rewritten region assignment , perf improvements (RPC, rewritten write pipeline, etc), async clients and WAL, C++ client, offheaping memstore and other buffers, shading of dependencies, as well as a lot of other fixes and stability improvements. We will go into technical details on some of the most important improvements in the release, as well as what are the implications for the users in terms of API and upgrade paths. Phoenix 5.0 is the next biggest release because of its integration with HBase 2.0 and lot of performance improvements in support of secondary Indexes. It has a lot of cool features such as encoded columns, Kafka, Hive integration, and many other performance improvements.

SPEAKERS

Ankit Singhal
Senior Software Engineer
Hortonworks Inc.
Ankit Singhal is a committer and a member of Apache Phoenix PMC (Project Managment Committee) for more than 2 years now. He has also been contributing to projects like HBase, Tephra, Calcite . He specializes in designing and developing big data solutions for different line of business. With over 7 years of Big Data experience, he has architected and created various analytics products and data warehouse solutions using Hadoop technologies like Hadoop, Kafka, Hive, HBase, Phoenix, spark.
Rajeshbabu Chintaguntla
Staff Software Engineer
Hortonworks
Rajeshbabu Chintaguntla is Staff Software Engineer at Hortonworks R&D-Data team. He is expert in designing and developing bigdata solutions as for business need. Throughout the career, he has contributed to Development of Hadoop ecosystem also he committer for Apache HBase and Project Management Committee member for Apache Phoenix projects.