Google is no stranger to big data, pioneering several big data technologies grown and tested internally—including MapReduce, BigTable, and most recently Dataflow and TensorFlow, as well as one of the most heavily used tools at Google, BigQuery—and making them available to everyone. Jordan Tigani shares what big data means for Google and announces several new BigQuery features that will make the product even more enticing for companies looking for a blazing-fast NoOps analytics data warehouse of almost infinite scale.
This keynote is sponsored by Google.
Jordan Tigani was one of the founding engineers on Google BigQuery, wrote the first book on the subject, and now leads its vision and roadmap as director of product management. Previously, Jordan worked at Microsoft Research and on the Windows Kernel team as well as at a number of star-crossed startups. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Harvard and a master’s degree from the University of Washington.
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