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Ingesting, managing, and processing real-time data into an enterprise can be a highly complex process if you do not have a good streaming data platform. However, the data journey doesn't end right there. Even before the data gets into a data lake or any data store, analysts and other personas within the enterprise need to access the real-time data and event streams to make key business decisions. But, they are unable to do so because it would require the application developer to write complex code to enable projects ranging from simple alerting to complex event processing.

Cloudera SQL Stream Builder democratizes access to streaming data by presenting rich SQL processing capabilities that make writing event processing jobs a snap.

Attend this exciting webinar led by Dinesh Chandrasekhar, Head of Product Marketing, Data-in-Motion, and Kenny Gorman, Product Owner - Stream Processing at Cloudera, to learn about -

  • Overview of SQL Stream Builder, its architecture and capabilities
  • How SQL Stream Builder leverages Apache Flink to statefully process data
  • How it fits into Cloudera Data Platform 
  • Product demo

Speakers

Head of Product Marketing, Data-in-Motion

Dinesh Chandrasekhar

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Dinesh Chandrasekhar is a technology evangelist, a thought leader and a seasoned product marketer with over 24+ years of industry experience. He has an impressive track record of taking new integration/mobile/IoT/Big Data products to market with a clear GTM strategy of pre-and-post launch activities. Dinesh has extensive experience working on enterprise software as well as SaaS products delivering sophisticated solutions for customers with complex architectures. As a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt, he has been the champion for Digital Transformation at companies like Software AG, CA Technologies and IBM. Dinesh’s areas of expertise include IoT, Application/Data integration, BPM, Analytics, B2B, API management, Microservices, and Mobility. He is proficient in use cases across multiple industry verticals like retail, manufacturing, utilities, and healthcare. He is a prolific speaker, blogger, and a weekend coder. He currently works at Cloudera, managing their Data-in-Motion product line. He is fascinated by new technology trends including blockchain and deep learning. Dinesh holds an MBA degree from Santa Clara University and a Master’s degree in Computer Applications from the University of Madras.

Product Owner - Stream Processing

Kenny Gorman

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Kenny has decades of experience with various data platforms behind some of the busiest companies in the world. He has had roles as Founder, CEO, Chief Technologist, Architect, Developer, and DBA. He was a key member of the early teams that scaled Paypal and then eBay on Oracle. He ran one of the busiest PostgreSQL installations in the world at Hi5 and was an early adopter of MongoDB using it for various large projects at Shutterfly. He is an active member in the PostgreSQL community and scaled Hi5 from just a few servers to dozens running multi-terabyte workloads on SSD and SAN backends. He has contributed to the early versions of pg_reorg and pgstat2. He has been an active MongoDB community member, speaker, MongoDB evangelist, and now Mongo Master. He was one of the earliest enterprise customers and wrote the original version of mongostat. In 2011 he Co-Founded the MongoDB as a Service provider ObjectRocket.com with colleagues from eBay. ObjectRocket was acquired by Rackspace (RAX) in 2012. He is active in the Apache Kafka and Apache Flink communities - speaking at conferences and participating in community events. Kenny Co-Founded Eventador.io to build the best in class streaming SQL engine based on Apache Flink called SQLStreamBuilder. Eventador was acquired by Cloudera (CLDR) in late 2020. He continues to build innovative streaming products at Cloudera - with a long history around SQL and data processing platforms he's passionate and uniquely suited to push the boundaries in modern data processing platforms.

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