1555: The Data Warehouse for Distributed Clouds

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Mark Cusack from Yellowbrick Data joins me on the podcast to talk about Real-time data warehousing and the future of faster, more flexible cloud data warehouses and why it's a must for data professionals and IT leaders from all industries.

We talk about how 2020 has challenged enterprises to find new ways to succeed and grow. I learn how data warehouses will become a critical capability for enabling real-time business decision-making and why the separation of data warehouse compute and storage will become standard.

About Yellowbrick

Yellowbrick is the world’s fastest data warehouse for hybrid and multi-cloud environments. Enterprises rely on Yellowbrick to power critical business outcomes and get answers to the hardest business questions for improved profitability, better customer loyalty, and faster innovation in near real time, and at a fraction of the cost of alternatives.

Yellowbrick offers superior price/performance for thousands of concurrent users on petabytes of data, along with the unique ability to run analytic workloads on-premises, in a private cloud, and/or in any public cloud and manage them in a simple, consistent way—all with predictable pricing via annual subscription.

About Mark Cusack

Before joining Yellowbrick, Mark was Vice President for Data and Analytics at Teradata, where he led a variety of product management and technology teams in data warehouse and advanced analytics groups. He was also Chief Architect of Teradata's IoT Analytics effort. Mark joined Teradata in 2014 when Teradata acquired the startup RainStor, where he was a co-founding developer and Chief Architect. Prior to RainStor, Mark was a lead scientist in the UK Ministry of Defence.

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