The Fifth Elephant 2013

An Event on Big Data and Cloud Computing

Analyzing Terabytes of Data with Google BigQuery

Submitted by Chandramouli Mahadevan (@cmouli) on Saturday, 13 April 2013

Section: Analytics and Visualization Technical level: Beginner

Abstract

An attendee would understand how they can use Google BigQuery to analyze very large data sets in a very simple fashion using interactive SQL analysis. We will also offer insight into the implementation of the Dremel engine that powers Google BigQuery.

Outline

Google BigQuery is a product that allows you to do interactive analysis on very large data sets containing billions of rows using a subset of SQL. We will give an introduction to Dremel and ColumnIO that allows us to do this extremely quick analysis. We will explain how this product can be used with a simple demonstration. We will also compare this to other Google products such as Google Cloud SQL.

Speaker bio

Chandramouli Mahadevan leads the Site Reliability Engineering team at Google Bangalore. He has worked at Google Bangalore for the past 8 years in a variety of engineering roles on multiple products such as Google Transliteration, Google News, and Google Adwords. He received a B Tech and Ph.D in Computer Science from IIT Bombay.

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