Webinar Date: 2020-01-15 10:00:00 (Pacific Time)
In the digital world, leading organizations are already managing transactions in nanoseconds, engaging customers or employees in real-time, and delivering flawless services powered by networks of machines and sensors. Digital innovation moves at a pace difficult to understand. It has already gone through three very significant shifts, from applications to engagement to intelligence.
To make the most of these shifts, time series databases provide new capabilities to replace the inefficiencies of legacy systems. With a time series database, developers can deploy modern applications without limitations in time, geography, and scale. The possibilities are endless.
Join John Santaferraro, Research Director at leading IT analyst firm Enterprise Management Associates (EMA), and Tim Hall, VP of Products at InfluxData to learn:
John is the research director for analytics, business intelligence, and data management at EMA. His 23 years of experience in the data and analytics market span everything from startups to executive positions at Fortune 50 companies. His deep understanding of the industry comes from years of leadership in product and marketing organizations, along with multiple big data imagineering efforts for finance, communications, retail, manufacturing, healthcare, events, oil and gas, and utilities. John's coverage area also includes data integration, data discovery, metadata management, artificial intelligence, machine learning, data science, digital marketing, and innovation.John also held an executive position at HP, a Fortune 5 company at the time, where he led the development of a new line of business for the analytics market. He also led an organizational shift from a product-focused go-to market to an industry-focused effort. John began his career in technology as the co-founder of a venture-backed data warehouse software startup that eventually sold to Teradata. This advanced technology is now at the core of the Teradata supply chain solution.
Tim is a seasoned executive responsible for products, support, and professional services at InfluxData. Prior to joining InfluxData, Tim was VP of product management at Hortonworks where he was responsible for leading the product management, documentation, and user experience design teams. Previously, Tim held management level positions at Oracle, HP, Talking Blocks, and Xpedior. Tim holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Claremont McKenna College in Science and Management with a concentration in Physics.
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