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Interviews from Strata 2018

The growth of cloud computing has raised the bar of innovation across the board and transcends industries. Computer hardware improvements are pacing the growth of cloud computing, data centres & cloud storage. Traditional big data companies are leveraging this newer technology with in-memory & SSD Databases. Business intelligence and analytics companies have never had it …Read More

Who Owns the Data? Part II

Guests for Who Owns the Data: Erin Haselkorn and Kevin McCarthy. For the last few decades, organizations worldwide have increasingly recognized the remarkable power of data. Data warehouses became common in the 1990s, followed by sophisticated business intelligence applications. Today, data lakes represent another attractive option for companies looking to harness their data at-scale. But …Read More

The Right to be Respected: Data Catalogs and Governance are Key

Guest will be Maria Villar from SAP. There’s a new sheriff in town, and the rules are getting more strict. With the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and the Chinese Personal Information Security Specification now in effect, compounded by individual states taking stricter stances like the recently adopted California Consumer Privacy Act, organizations must …Read More

Open Source Innovators

The Guests Include Justin Reock, Rogue Wave; Kris Nova, Heptio; Tague Griffith, Redis Labs. Part 2 Guests include: Ken Drachnik, Sauce Labs; Mike Travino, Decred; Steve Lemke, LG Electronics; About the Discussion Open Source Software has enabled innovation in leaps and bounds in enterprise software and changed the way companies design, deploy, maintain and use software. …Read More

Performance Is A Shape

Bottlenecks and compatibility between software and operating systems and the massive amounts of data collected in today’s serverless applications can cause serious concerns at scale. High performance saves money with every second saved. However, getting a handle on this complexity can be the difference between success and failure.   Listen to Eric Kavanagh interview Ben Sigelman …Read More

Fast and Flexible: Interactive BI Arrives

Based on an Inside Analysis webinar sponsored by Dremio “Fast and Flexible: Interactive BI Arrives” Written by Lindsay Conger with Deidre Hudson “Then the Data Lake Evaporated into the Cloud” The cloud has emerged as a tremendous resource not only for storing data but for analyzing data. As an extension, the Multicloud environment is the …Read More

Multi-Cloud Management: The New Normal

The old normal is now gone. The new normal is multifaceted, multivariate, and most of all: multi-cloud! Amazon, IBM, Microsoft, Rackspace, and even SAP are all touting their cloud platforms. What’s the enterprise to do? Check out this episode of InsideAnalysis to find out! Host @eric_kavanagh will interview David Linthicum of Deloitte, plus Eric Wright …Read More