Greenplum Summit

Data Warehouse Modernization



August 26, 2020
9AM - 11AM PDT

Data Warehouse Modernization: Learn from Your Peers

Are you looking to migrate off of a proprietary data warehouse? Ready to embrace open-source technologies and commodity hardware instead? So many organizations have already made the move to a modern data warehouse. In this track, IT leaders that have successfully modernized will share how they did it, and give advice to others looking to make the switch.


Agenda


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Speakers


Jacque Istok

Jacque Istok, Vice President Data

Divya Bhargov

Divya Bhargov, Engineering Director

Tushar Pednekar

Tushar Pednekar, Director Data Engineering

Oz Basarir

Oz Basarir, Principal Product Manager

Venky Raghavan

Venky Raghavan, Principal Product Manager

Sridhar Paladugu

Sridhar Paladugu, Senior Data Architect

Ivan Novick

Ivan Novick, Greenplum Product Lead

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Suite 7500
Atlanta, GA 30308
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