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BILLERICA, Mass., Nov. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- WHO: - Mike Olson, CEO and Co-Founder, Cloudera - Mike Stonebraker, CTO and Co-Founder, Vertica - Christopher Gillett, Chief Architect, Visible Measures WHAT: Hadoop and Vertica are two revolutionary technologies for handling big data challenges. Hadoop's MapReduce framework provides a scalable platform for powerful data processing and data analysis including data mining, ETL (Extraction, Transformation and Loading) and complex processing. Vertica's Analytic DBMS (database management system) provides structured analysis and query of big data. Attendees will learn: The power of Hadoop for large scale data processing and data analysis;What Cloudera is doing to Hadoop;How Vertica delivers fast analysis and query of large volumes of structured data;The difference between Vertica's integration with Hadoop versus other ven... (more)

Building Video Calling with @PubNub and #WebRTC | @ThingsExpo [#IoT]

February 8, 2014 Building video calling apps is no small task. Learning about video codecs, signaling, and presence is just the beginning when it comes to implementation. At PubNub, we have partnered our technology with WebRTC to make integration fast and easy to build video chat software. Out of the box, our WebRTC Framework will power audio, video, and data communication between two browsers. Want to get an idea of what it'll look like when you're finished? Take a look at our live, working demo and code walk through, or watch the video below, or keep reading. Get Started by Installing the PubNub WebRTC SDK The first step to building your own video calling app is to install both PubNub and our WebRTC SDK. To install both of these, first download the WebRTC SDK to your local project somewhere. Then include both libraries: