RSVPs have been closed as we are at capacity for this month’s chapter meeting.
Presented by Parth Patel
Big Data Solutions Engineer, Zaloni
UPDATE: Montgomery Park lot may be full due to new tenants.
As hybrid clouds become more prevalent, IT organizations struggle to deal with moving and managing data. While computation and applications can be outsourced, once data is generated, IT is on the hook to control it as long as it exists. Data governance and data security are particularly difficult to address in hybrid environments. Parth Patel will discuss the importance of creating a standardized data fabric with a common data management platform that can tier access, providing hierarchical data lifecycle management for data lakes. They will discuss “in production” use cases of this tiered data lake approach for Hybrid “Ground to Cloud” environments across multiple industries. Topics during this session include: · Data governance · Data security · Metadata management · Hybrid “Cloud to Ground” architectures
Parth Patel is a Big Data Solutions Engineer at Zaloni. He has extensive experience in architecting analytics-ready next-generation data lakes incorporating on-premise or public cloud (AWS, Azure, GCP) infrastructure to meet enterprise needs. Previous experience in network solutions architecting for Orologic, and Vitesse; and technology advisory role at Dunkin’ Brands for a retail technology platform, provided Parth with a wide range of experience with various big data technologies, data analytics tools, and mobile applications. Parth is constantly engaged in learning new tools and technology in the big data space and delivering solutions leveraging those learnings.
January 18, 2018 (Chapter meetings held on third Thursday of the month)
Montgomery Park (4th floor conference room)
8:30 – 9:00 am – Sign In
9:00 – 10:15 am – Presentation
10:15 – 10:30 am – Break, Chapter Announcements
10:30 – 11:30 am – Presentation continued