Saffron is more than just a spice!

Last night was the 8th eSage Group co-sponsored Seattle Scalability MeetUp hosted at There were about 130 people in attendance to hear about HBase and Saffron. Very cool stuff!! Here is the SlideShare. Summary: Nick Dimiduk from Hortonworks, the father of HBase, gave us a sneak peek at what's in store for the developer using... Continue Reading →

Starting With Hive

By Raul Overa, Software Engineer So you have Big Data stored in Hadoop and want to make it accessible to Non-Java programmers?  Hives lets you access your data without the need to create Map Reduce jobs .  They let you access your data with SQL-like language and takes cares of translating it into Map Reduce... Continue Reading →

Thursday Tech Talk with J’son

Setting Up Excel Services in SharePoint 2010 for Testing May 1, 2012 By J'son Cannelos, Partner/Principal Architect Microsoft SharePoint 2010 is here to stay. According to, 67% of companies participating in a recent survey reporting deploying SharePoint in an enterprise environment. Managing document workflows and attaching content to business processes were reported as the... Continue Reading →

Tech Talk with J’son

We are going to feature a technical article once a week by eSage's very own,J'son Cannelos, Partner and Principal Architect.  Check back every week for another Tech Talk with J'son.  Have a question?  Post a comment and he will be happy to answer.       Hadoop and a Beginning MapReduce Program With all the hoopla... Continue Reading →

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