St. Louis, MO | Thursday, February 2, 2017
11:00am - 1:00pm
Hosted at Fleming's Prime Steakhouse
1855 S. Lindbergh Blvd., Frontenac, MO 63131
Speed. Agility. Self-service. The cloud represents an opportunity to move faster and be more responsive to the needs of the business. As Cloudera Enterprise customers, you understand the value of generating insights from all of your data; insights that lead to improved sales, better products, and reduced risk.
By deploying your modern data platform on cloud infrastructure, you can:
Size compute and storage independently for each application and spin clusters up and down, or grow and shrink them as needed. And you only pay for the time your cluster is running. Once your job is done, you can shut it down and stop the meter.
Preserve business flexibility and minimize cloud lock-in. Run the same application in any one of the three major public cloud providers or in your own private cloud.
Lift and shift your existing application to the cloud and bring everything that comes with it, including enterprise-grade security, governance, and management.
Register and join us for lunch and learn:
Patterns for deploying and optimizing Cloudera Enterprise on cloud infrastructure
How to run Spark and Impala jobs against data in cloud object stores
How to manage the lifecycle—including grow, shrink, and terminate—of transient clusters
Different options for securing and governing data in persistent clusters
How to run Cloudera Enterprise on multi-cloud and hybrid cloud environments
After the presentation, we will have an open forum to hear your feedback. We look forward to an interactive session.
Registration and Networking
Presentation and Feedback Gathering Session Over Lunch with Charles Zedlewski
Charles joined Cloudera from SAP where he held various management roles in product strategy, management and operations. During his time at SAP Charles led the development of a half a dozen new and follow-on releases for products that supported some of SAP’s major growth initiatives in GRC, Sustainability, and EPM. Many of these products received substantial critical acclaim and collectively generated more than a hundred million dollars in new product revenues. Prior to SAP Charles held product roles at BEA Systems and venture backed software startups. Charles holds a bachelor’s degree from Carleton College and an MBA from MIT.