The Adaltas Summit is the opportunity for every consultants to gather together for one week to discuss about technologies. The main themes of this year include container orchestration, cyber security, DevOps and Big Data.

Agenda of the week

Lundi 15 octobre

10h00 – 10h30: The state of the union

Duration: 30mn
Format: keynote

David and Nabil will introduce the Adaltas Summit with a general presentation of the week. They will cover the recent activity of the company as well as the orientations taken for the coming months.

Speakers: David Worms, Nabil Mellal

10h30 – 11h00: Harmony

Duration: 30mn
Format: keynote

Prisca and Ines will present their responsabilities. It will be the opportunity to collect your remarks and to recall the best practices to follow to work in harmony and Ines will detail the responsibilities and major projects that await her.

Speakers: Prisca BORGES, Ines MILLEQUANT

11h00 – 12h00: Ambari Takeover

Apache Ambari became a mature product over the years. It has not always been the case and there was a time when it was necessary to automate your own deployment scripts to operate a secured and multi-tenant cluster. It is now time to give Ambari the control.

Duration: 1h00
Format: demonstration
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Speaker: Leo SCHOUKROUN

14h00 – 15h00: Native Modules for Node.js with N-API

What are native modules for Node.js, and what are they used for ? Let’s discover together how can Node.js interact with your C/C++ code to create custom, asynchrone, native modules.

Duration: 1h00
Format: talk
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Speaker: Xavier HERMAND

15h00 – 16h00: Multihoming on Hadoop

On complex production environments, servers usually have multiple network interfaces, be it for performance, network isolation, business related or any other random reason tech guys at large corporations might think of. Hadoop has thus to be able to handle these multiple networks, and use the right ones for each job.

Duration: 1h00
Format: talk
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Speaker: Joris RUMMENS

16h00 – 17h00: Codalab for your Data Science team

CodaLab is a powerful Open Source framework for running competitions that involve result or code submission.  Bring to your team a tool to practice their Data Science skills without leaving your organisation. You can either participate in an existing competition or host a new competition.

Duration: 1h00
Format: talk
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Speaker: Walid SOARES

17h00 – 18h00: Self Sovereign Identities

Digital identity is necessary to do most everything on the Internet. And while there have been many solutions through the years, it remains a problem.

Duration: 1h30
Format: talk
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Speaker: Nabil MELLAL

Mardi 16 octobre

10h00 – 11h15: Jumbo, a Hadoop cluster bootstrapper

As experienced Data Engineers, you probably have deployed tens of Hadoop clusters on your computer or in the cloud, and you know how time consuming it can be to manually change whatever scripts you are using for provisioning. Jumbo was made to bootstrap those scripts in minutes based on your needs.

Duration: 1h15
Format: talk
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Speaker: Gauthier LEONARD

11h15 – 12h30: Big Data in the public cloud: whats the actual offerings

Based on a survey of 239 Hortonworks users made by techvalidate in 2017, 63% of the respondant were considering a move to the cloud. Ready for take off ?

Duration: 1h15
Format: talk
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Speaker: Nabil MELLAL

12h30 – 13h00: Please, help me to monitor my jobs

How can I monitor my Apache Hadoop jobs and which product should I choose ? Let’s take a dive.

Duration: 30mn
Format: talk|
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Speaker: Michael HATOUM

14h00 – 15h30: Installing Kubernetes, Istio, and Ceph

Learn to build a Kubernetes cluster with a fully encrypted service mesh and a distributed filesystem.

Duration: 1h30
Format: demonstration
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Speaker: Arthur BUSSER

15h30 – 16h45: Knox as a general proxy

How can I use Apache Knox to proxy (and load balance) all my Apache Hadoop APIs and also my custom APIs. Knox on steroid, finger in the nose!

Duration: 1h15
Format: talk
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Speaker: Michael HATOUM

16h45 – 18h00: LXD, The Missing Piece!

There are Virtual machines and Linux containers. Well, LXD lives right in between!

Duration: 1h00
Format: talk
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Speaker: Tariq SAHNOUNI

Mercredi 17 octobre

10h00 – 11h30: The future of Big Data

Duration: 1h30
Format: debate

The recent announcement of the merger between Cloudera and Hortonworks, the advent of the Cloud or the rise in power of Kubernetes are all topics that have ramped up during the last 12 months. This open discussion will cover the forces shaping our businesses and the anticipations to plan.

Speaker: team

11h30 – 12h00: Continuous delivery of a static website

When publishing changes to a website, the only thing that should concern us is updating the content or the layout, committing the changes and pushing.

Duration: 30mn
Format: talk
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Speaker: David WORMS

12h00 – 13h00: Cybersecurity and information system

How cybersecurity and cybersecurity professions are impacting more and more every aspect of IS.

Duration: 1h00
Format: talk
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Speaker: Ines MILLEQUANT

14h00 – 15h00: Introduction to Cloudera Data Science Workbench

The recently released Cloudera Data Science Workbench is here to help the Data scientists, the new rock stars of the technology world whose results provide competitive insights to their organizations.

Duration: 1h30
Format: demonstration
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Speaker: Mehdi ELALAMI

15h00 – 18h00: React and Graphql with Gatsby.js, beyond static websites

As someone present in the web industry for years and using many static website generators in the past, using Gatsby.js has been refreshing and made static website generation sexy again.

Duration: 3h00
Format: training
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Speaker: David WORMS

Jeudi 18 octobre

10h00 – 11h00: Applying Deep Reinforcement Learning in poker

What is Deep Reinforcement Learning? How to implement it? Can the machine beat humans at games like poker?

Duration: 1h00
Format: demonstration
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Speaker: Oscar BLAZEJEWSKI

11h00 – 12h00: Using Kubernetes to monitor an Hadoop clusters efficiently

When it comes to a Hadoop production environment, monitoring is a challenge and should always be evolving.
In this talk we will discuss how Kubernetes can help us build a light and scalable monitoring system with the smallest overhead possible.

Duration: 1h00
Format: talk
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Speaker: Paul-Adrien Cordonnier

Afternoon

A day off to visit the region.

Vendredi 19 octobre

10h00- 17h00: An introduction to Apache Flink

Duration: 6h
Format: talk
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Speaker: César BEREZOWSKI