SOLANA BEACH, CA--(Marketwired - April 17, 2015) - StackIQ, Inc., makers of StackIQ Boss, the Warehouse-grade automation platform for any large-scale server infrastructure, will build an actual commercial Hadoop cluster in two hours as the centerpiece of its new Factory Seminars. The Factory Seminars are events held in major U.S. cities, developed to teach datacenter infrastructure builders and operators how to deploy reliable, any-scale Hadoop and OpenStack infrastructure in less time and without complexity.

StackIQ will kick off its Factory Seminars on May 7, 2015 in San Francisco, Calif. The Factory Seminars, held together with Red Hat, offer a technical program for datacenter infrastructure practitioners and IT leaders.

Attendees learn how to design, deploy, and manage a scalable Hadoop and OpenStack infrastructure for existing and emerging workloads. An actual commercial Hadoop cluster will be built in two hours using StackIQ's complete Warehouse-grade automation platform during the demonstration segment of the seminar. StackIQ's Factory Seminars will march on to New York, Atlanta, and Chicago through the remainder of May and early June. Sysadmins, directors and managers of IT operations, enterprise architects, VPs of IT or Infrastructure, and CIOs/CTOs can view the complete agenda and register to attend at (space is limited). 

About StackIQ, Inc.
StackIQ helps customers build, run, and manage large distributed systems and private cloud infrastructure with a complete automation platform. To date, the company has helped over 150 organizations automate over 1 Million Linux servers thereby removing over 560 years' worth of manual installation and configuration tasks. Learn more about us at

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