HPCC Systems’ Flavio Villanustre Shows How Businesses of All Sizes Can Harness Power of Data
Dr. Flavio Villanustre, VP of Technology for HPCC Systems and LexisNexis Risk Solutions joins Enterprise Radio to show how businesses of all sizes can harness power of data.
HPCC Systems is a data-intensive supercomputing platform that is designed for enterprises to resolve big data challenges. It was designed for LexisNexis Risk Solutions and is now open sourced so all companies can leverage its power.
Listen to interview with host Eric Dye & guest Dr. Flavio Villanustre discuss the following:
- How is HPCC Systems meeting a unique need in the marketplace?
- How can using HPCC Systems help small and medium sized businesses better harvest their data to improve productivity or innovation?
- What kind of talent should a company have internally to properly use the technologies of HPCC Systems?
- What are some ways some of your current customers are using the technology?
- What trends are you seeing in big data which will change the way people do business?
Dr. Flavio Villanustre is Vice President, Infrastructure, HPCC Systems, and Vice President, Information Security for the risk solutions business of LexisNexis®. He is responsible for overall platform architecture strategy, new product development and information security management. He joined LexisNexis in 2004 as Director of Infrastructure, where he was responsible for core infrastructure services, including data center operations, technical administration and support, end-user support and information security management.
Before joining LexisNexis, Villanustre was Director of Infrastructure for Seisint, which he joined after working with Diveo Broadband Networks and Inea Internet Service Provider as Director of Operations and Operations Manager, respectively. He began his technology career with Century Internet Service Provider.
Villanustre has more than 20 years experience in information technology and is a frequent speaker on his multiple specialties, including IT infrastructure management, network and data security, Linux/Unix architectures, open source systems, machine learning, natural language processing and data science. Involved in the open source community for more than 15 years, he founded the Buenos Aires Linux User Group.
He earned a bachelor’s in computer science from Stanford University and holds certifications from Microsoft and ISC2. Before his current career path, Villanustre was a neurosurgeon, earning his medical degree from Universad de Buenos Aires.