Eric Richardson explains how ACS used Hadoop, HBase, Spark, Kafka, and Solr to create a hybrid cloud enterprise data hub that scales without drama and drives adoption by ease of use, covering the architecture, technologies used, the challenges faced and defeated, and problems yet to solve, such as replacing more batch jobs with streaming.
Eric Richardson is a senior engineer at the American Chemical Society. He enjoys late-night coding sessions and long walks through architectures. Eric believes in architectures built on sound principles. He likes a tall, frosty glass of collaboration and information sharing and knows that people make better decisions when they know the landscape. When the time is right you must free your architecture, and let it find its own path—it will exceed your wildest hopes…and fears.
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