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Mark Whalley

Mark Whalley

Corporate Systems Engineer

From the early 1980s, Mark worked with Michael Stonebraker's Ingres RDBMS and then a number of column-store big data analytics technologies.
In 2016, he joined HPE Big Data Platform as a Systems Engineer specialising in Stonebraker’s Vertica.
In September 2017 he followed Vertica as it merged into Micro Focus – one of the world’s largest pure-play software companies.
He is passionate about technology and frequently delivers talks at the London, Cambridge and Munich Big Data & Machine Learning Meetups (of which he is the founder with its 4K+ members), the British Computer Society – Advanced Programming Specialist Group, Vertica Forums, the Institute for Analytics and Data Science at the University of Essex et al.
He is a technical blogger and author.

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Blog Post Series: Using Vertica to Track Commercial Aircraft in near Real Time –Part 2

Part Two: Automatic Dependent Surveillance - Broadcast (ADS-B) A Source of Streaming Data If you're joining us a new reader, be sure to read of this series to get up to speed! When looking for a topic to use in the first of The Lab Series’ mini projects for the Big Data and Machine Learning...

Blog Post Series: Using Vertica to Track Commercial Aircraft in near Real Time — Part 1

Project Overview This post presents an overview of an ongoing series that focuses on using Vertica, Raspberry Pi, and Apache Kafka to track commercial aircraft in near-real time. Often, users try to comprehend the many advanced capabilities of Vertica. Doing so can present some difficulty, especially if you are alone. Whether you are identifying useful...