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Summary: Time Series data in highly available and scalable way has always been a significant challenge.
In this session we will introduce you to the newly open-sourced Riak TS (Time Series) database and show you how to get started and how to analyze time series data with Python, Pandas and Jupyter.
We will explain how RiakTS has been designed specifically for handling vast amounts of time series data, and will also show you how to utilize Python for time series data analysis.
During the demonstration phase we will use Jupyter to write and execute Python code that:
• Creates a table in Riak TS
• Populates the table with data
• Queries the data that we added
• Uses Pandas to visualize the results of our queries
Biography: Tom Sigler Solutions Architect, Basho
Tom has been designing and building data driven applications for more than twenty years. At Basho, Tom works with customers looking to architect and build applications on top of Riak KV and Riak TS.
6:30 - Drinks/Apps and Networking
7 - Introduction
7:15 - Talks
8:30 - Wrap up/shut down
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Craig Walls is a senior engineer with Pivotal as the Spring Social project lead and is the author of Spring in Action and Spring Boot in Action. He's a zealous promoter of the Spring Framework, speaking frequently at local user groups and conferences and writing about Spring. When he's not slinging code, Craig spends as much time as he can with his wife, two daughters, 2 birds and 2 dogs.
This is your user group. ASUG is always looking for speakers for our future meetings. Have you never presented before? Do you only want to give a short presentation? This is not a problem! We are happy to accommodate you! We want all of our members to feel free to speak about their own projects or any areas of interest. Please talk to us at a meeting or contact us through the meetup page to discuss your presentation.
The meeting will begin at 6:30 PM, allowing members time to network, arrive and enjoy pizza. At 7 PM, ASUG will give an introductory welcome, and will be shortly followed by the presentation.
Piedmont Center is located on Piedmont Rd NE, just north of Lenox Rd in Buckhead. The meeting room is in building 15, Suite P140. Parking is free and plentiful on the outside, upper level of the parking deck. See the map for the specific location. We thank eHire for their continued support!
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