Vincent Heuschling

Biography

Vincent Heuschling founded Affini-Tech a company dedicated to Bigdata solutions, following a career path with large IT manufacturers, IT integrators and infrastructure solutions providers. These multidisciplinary experiences offers a different view on projects, and provides credible alternatives to traditional infrastructure. After a general engineering degree, he began his career as an IT manager in charge of an ERP implementation. He has spent many years designing and selling server and storage solutions for Axway/Sopra and Dell France. He develops Bigdata solutions in cloud environement, his favorites tools and langages are Hadoop, Python, R, and Ruby

Track leader on

Big Data

Big ideas on Big Data.. data technologies are changing fast and changing the technology landscape in a big way. This track aims to give at the same time a broad overview on the current state of the art with big data infrastructures, analytics, search, machine learning and real time... and open future perspectives... how do you handle big data over a decade, what is the social and ethical impact it will have? If you have a big data strategy these talks may give you a new perspective, if you don't.. you might very well learn where you are supposed to start.

The is accompanied by two sister tracks to give you the lowdown on everything with dedicated sessions on using NewSQL technologies to tackle huge volumes of data (with MariaDB, SkySQL and Postgres) and hands on workshops on Hadoop orchestration and search technologies.

Data Workshops

This is a sister track for Big Data, focused on hands-on workshops on Hadoop orchestration and search technologies.

Talks

Big Data Track presentation

Track: Big Data

Big ideas on Big Data.. data technologies are changing fast and changing the technology landscape in a big way. This track aims to give at the same time a broad overview on the current state of the art with big data infrastructures, analytics, search, machine learning and real time... and open future perspectives... how do you handle big data over a decade, what is the social and ethical impact it will have? If you have a big data strategy these talks may give you a new perspective, if you don't.. you might very well learn where you are supposed to start.

The is accompanied by two sister tracks to give you the lowdown on everything with dedicated sessions on using NewSQL technologies to tackle huge volumes of data (with MariaDB, SkySQL and Postgres) and hands on workshops on Hadoop orchestration and search technologies.

Bigdata is transforming the business intelligence landscape.

Track: Big Data

It's not only a question a question of volumes. The opportunity is not only on cost efficiency, but on the way you process your data. You'll be able to think about your data globaly. You've got the opportunity to mix every dataset from your organisation with external data and increase value. Everything that have made the succes of large dotcom could be integrated to your business. This is possible even if you're on a traditionnal business. Imagine that your data would be active using Machine Learning. You can create new value using technologies and advanced algorithms like correlations, predictors, and recommender system. In this talk we will cover all these facets of Bigdata.

Title: Founder

Organization: Affini-Tech

Website: http://www.affini-tech.com

Twitter: @vhe74


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