Webinar: Modern Data Pipelines – Improving Speed, Governance, and Analysis
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About the Webinar
Legacy data warehouses were built around old constraints: slow processors, expensive storage, thin pipes. Over time, the process of feeding those warehouses became complex and brittle. Fast forward to today, and a whole new model is taking shape. Cloud-borne data sources are exploding, while cloud-based data warehousing solutions provide much more agile and affordable analysis. The big question: how to feed these next-generation warehouses?
Register for this DM Radio Deep Dive to hear Analyst Eric Kavanagh explain how modern data pipelines are transforming the data warehousing paradigm. He’ll be joined by Taylor Brown of Fivetran, who will chronicle recent developments in data management methodologies, and how they’re fundamentally changing the analytical workflow. He’ll demonstrate how standardized base tables can obviate many of the time-intensive and error-prone processes of yesterday, thus improving governance, streamlining analytics, and empowering business analysts.
About the Speaker
COO & Co-founder at Fivetran
Taylor is a COO & Co-founder at Fivetran, a fully-managed data pipeline built for analysts. When Fivetran began in 2012, it’s founders realized that ETL tools were ill-equipped for modern companies that rely on cloud applications and databases. To meet the needs of analysts in today’s new era, Fivetran built the only zero-maintenance, zero-configuration data pipeline on the market. Fivetran is now part of a growing cloud-infrastructure ecosystem that gives organizations control of their data without heavy engineering.
About the Host
CEO, The Bloor Group
Eric has nearly 30 years of experience as a career journalist with a keen focus on enterprise technologies. He designs and moderates a variety of New Media programs, including The Briefing Room, DM Radio and Espresso Series, as well as GARP’s Leadership and Research Webcasts. His mission is to help people leverage the power of software, methodologies and politics in order to get things done.