Datacast: Data & Analytics at Scale
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This show is for people whose success depends on leveraging data and analytics to create actionable insights at scale.
||CleanDe-Mystifying Data Science||Our guest this week is Tim Miller, from Teradata’s Technology & Innovation Office. He was a principal in the development of the first commercial in-database data mining system, which makes him a perfect choice to provide an overview of the data s||11/26/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanWorkload Management: A Critical Aspect of Analytics at Scale||In this episode, Carrie Ballinger introduces us to a critical requirement of managing data and analytics at scale—workload management. What is “workload management”?Why and when workload management is necessaryThe most important thing workload man||11/5/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Cloud Isn’t Magic (But It’s Kinda Magic)||“There are things in every single company that should be done in the cloud. On the flip side of the coin, not everything belongs in the cloud.” — Marc Clark Not sure what data and analytics scenarios make the most sense to do in the cloud?||10/22/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Evolution of Analytics||In this episode, Rob Armstrong talks about the evolution and future of analytics.||10/1/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
Entertaining and informative!
I know, I know, how could a podcast about analytics and databases be entertaining?
Well, Charles, the host, is engaging and funny. The guests and topics are also great! They take very complex concepts and break them down so that anyone can understand why database workload management is important, or where the heck the term "big data" originated from, or when or why you would want to move to or utilize the cloud for data science and analytics.
Workload management described in an understanable manner
Very good explanations on workload management. I liked the fact that the terms were well described and in a relatable manner.
Awesome insight on Business Analytics
Rob Armstrong is insightful!