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Date: 23 August 2018 Time: 10:00 BST / 11:00 CEST

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Workload Experience Manager (XM) gives you the visibility necessary to efficiently migrate, analyze, optimize, and scale workloads running in a modern data warehouse.

Modern data warehouses open up the possibility for more users to analyze more types of data faster, with iterative self-service access. This can quickly evolve into supporting millions of queries and hundreds of databases, across multiple environments - making it challenging to efficiently manage and optimize this infrastructure to get the most out of your investment.

Visibility into the health and activity of the workloads running is critical to ensure SLAs are met and the right resources are available (and being properly used). However, with so much new and changing activity, it can be impossible to get a complete view and understand where to focus and optimize efforts.

In this webinar we'll discuss:
  • Common challenges running at scale with modern data warehouses
  • Benefits of end-to-end visibility into workload lifecycles
  • Overview of Workload XM and live demo
  • Real life customer before/after scenarios
  • What's next for Workload XM

Speakers

Product Manager

Raman Rajasekhar

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Raman Rajasekhar provides product leadership and management for Cloudera's workload migration and analytical products. A specialist in building Machine Learning, Predictive Analytics and Data Management products, he has expertise in creating and implementing high performance algorithms for massively parallel processing (MPP) and Big Data platforms. Raman brings over 15+ years of international experience in R&D, product development, data science & machine learning, and engineering with a deep understanding of healthcare, financial and high-tech manufacturing domains. He has a Master's degree in Quantitative Finance from the University of North Carolina and a Bachelor's degree in Electronics and Telecommunications from the University of Mumbai.

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