Replatform your Teradata to a Next-Gen Cloud Data Platform in Weeks, Not Years

March 15, 2018
Listen to key experts from Pivotal and Datometry on how your enterprise can migrate from a Teradata Data Warehouse to a next generation analytical platform in a matter of weeks, not years. Do this by using Greenplum, an open source, multi-cloud database solution along with Datometry’s category-defining data warehouse virtualization technology. Join us and learn: - How to gain significant economic and innovation benefits by moving to Pivotal Greenplum, a modern, multi-cloud data platform built for advanced analytics - When to eliminate the re-writing of Teradata applications using Datometry data warehouse virtualization technology and reducing migration costs by up to 90% - How to protect and expand your original data warehouse investment with new machine learning, geospatial, text, graph, and other innovative use cases Speakers: Mike Waas, Founder & CEO Datometry, Inc. Mike is one of the world’s top domain experts on database research. He has held key engineering positions at Microsoft, Amazon, Greenplum, EMC, and Pivotal where he worked on some of the commercially most successful database systems. Mike has authored or co-authored more than 35 publications and holds 24 patents on data management. Derek Comingore, Data Engineering & Analytics Champion, Pivotal Software, Inc. Derek is a passionate internationally recognized champion of data engineering and analytics. Derek serves as a regional anchor and pre-sales lead for Pivotal Data. Prior to Pivotal, Derek founded and sold an MPP systems integrator firm that catered to the Fortune 500.
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