The challenge of computing big data for evolving digital business processes demands a variety of computation techniques and engines (SQL, OLAP, time series, graph, document store, etc.) all working in unified framework. Ken Tsai and Michael Eacrett explore the critical components of enterprise production environments that support day-to-day business processes while ensuring security, governance, and operational administration and share best practices to ensure business value.
This session is sponsored by SAP.
Ken Tsai is the vice president and head of data management and PaaS at SAP, where he leads the product marketing efforts for SAP’s in-memory computing platform SAP HANA, HANA Cloud Platform, and the portfolio of SAP data management solutions such as HANA Vora, ASE, IQ, SQL Anywhere, and event stream processing. Ken has 20+ years of experience in the IT industry spanning development, implementation, presales, business development, and product marketing. Ken is a graduate of UC Berkeley.
Michael Eacrett is vice president of product management leading SAP’s in-memory distributed computing platform, SAP HANA Vora, big data and IoT platforms, and enterprise information management products, where he defines product strategy, manages product requirements and the partner ecosystem, and enables product go-to-market. Most recently, Michael built up and led the SAP HANA PM team developing the HANA product and business from initial launch to over $2 billion in product sales. Michael has over 20 years of industry experience in product management, strategic consulting, and implementation in both America and Europe.
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