Category: Podcast

Let's talk Data Management

Open Enterprise? The Open-Source Revolution Continues

Original Air Date: April 18, 2019 The Guests Tom Petrocelli, Amalgam Insights Justin Reock, Rogue Wave Franz Aman, MariaDB Joanna Schloss, Sauce Labs About the Discussion Somewhere in the mid 20-teens, major enterprise software vendors realized that the days of closed-source frameworks were numbered. Open-source had already moved from the Operating System (via Linux) to…
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Naturally Speaking! Why NLP Is Ready for Primetime

Original Air Date: April 11, 2019 The Guests Andy Greenwalt, OdinAnswers Slater Victoroff, Indico.io Connie Schiefer, Mya Systems Dustin Coates, Algolia About the Discussion “Siri, find me the nearest Italian restaurant that’s open late!” The fact that an iPhone can interpret that command and serve up a list of appropriate restaurants demonstrates that Natural Language…
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More and More: Get Ready for ‘Big Metadata’

Original Air Date: April 4, 2019 The Guests Kelly Stirman, Dremio Dan Potter, Attunity Darren Peirce, Magnitude Software About the Discussion Data practitioners the world over know that metadata is the glue that holds information systems together. And then came so-called big data. Suddenly, the volume, velocity and variety of data hit new highs, and…
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Lambda No More? Real-Time Architectures Evolve

Original Air Date: March 28, 2019 The Guests Dan Potter, Attunity Steve Wilkes, Striim About the Discussion What time is it? It’s real-time! That was the promise of the early Lambda Architectures: fusing real-time responsiveness with traditional batch processes for loading data into important business systems. But the original vision of Lambda hit many stumbling…
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Kubernetes and Kafka: The New Enterprise Norms

Original Air Date: March 21, 2019 The Guests Skyler Thomas, Chief Architect, MapR About the Discussion The open-source foundation of data management continues to move forward, with technologies like Kubernetes and Kafka now taking center stage at many large organizations. As with any innovative solution, these frameworks are only applicable in certain environments. Not every…
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Just the Policies, Ma’am: A Recipe for Good Governance

Original Air Date: March 14, 2019 The Guests John Ladley, Consultant Rohit Mahajan, Io-Tahoe Dan Wu, Immuta Collibra About the Discussion Those who write policy know the challenges. The key is to distill a business concern down to a handful of words that can be understood, adhered to, and enforced. For all things data, this…
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Internet of Marketing: The MarTech 7,000 Grows

DATE: March 7, 2019 TIME: 3 PM Eastern / 12 PM Pacific The Guests Michael Locke, MTA Justin Kitigawa, HG Data Adam Johnson, ActiveCampaign Sky Cassidy, Mountain Top Data About the Discussion Choices, choices, choices! The modern marketer has an embarrassment of riches in terms of application options. In fact, the market has reached such a…
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Hadoop Regroup? It’s All About the Cloud Now

Original Air date: February 28, 2019 The Guests Dan Potter, Attunity Joel Horwitz, WANdisco About the Discussion Now that the mighty have merged (Cloudera and Hortonworks, under the former’s brand), and the word “Hadoop” seems to be fading into the history books, the game has changed for big data management. And guess where things are…
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Google and Amazon: The Future of Data Centers?

Original Air Date: February 21, 2019 The Guests Keno Fischer, Julia Computing Chris Carter, Approyo Patrick Mcfaddin, Datastax About the Discussion Time was, every major corporation built their own data centers! You found an appropriate site with enough power and cooling, bought all the hardware, set up the operating systems, loaded your applications, and then,…
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FinTech Revolution: A Data-Driven Renaissance

Original Air Date: February 14, 2019 The Guests Greg Michaelson, DataRobot Zac Sheffer, Elsen Dan Darnell, ParallelM Co Host, Dr. Peter Went, The Bloor Group About the Discussion Follow the money! That’s what they always say in the world of journalism. And these days, the financial services industry needs to pay special attention to that…
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