As Hadoop and big data technologies take root in the enterprise, they bring new challenges for data orchestration and interaction with traditional environments. The journey of transitioning to a modern data platform involves not only ingesting and offloading data from multiple sources but also transforming the data and making it instantly available to the business for on-demand analytics. Manual efforts and scripting are no longer practical, and projects seem to come to a grinding halt due to failures and delays. Furthermore, big data projects require different teams working together using multiple technologies to deliver fast results.
Neil Cullum and Alon Lebenthal demonstrate how BMC can help automate every aspect of the big data journey with Control-M’s enterprise-grade automation capabilities and job-as-code approach, helping you deliver big data projects faster and better.
This session is sponsored by BMC Contributing.
Neil Cullum is a senior solutions engineer on the Innovation IT team at BMC, where he specializes in Control-M and workload automation in areas such as Hadoop, DevOps, and the cloud. Neil has over 22 years of experience in the IT industry, helping customers through technical and business challenges.
Alon Lebenthal is a senior manager in workload automation solutions marketing at BMC. Alon has over 24 years of experience in the IT industry. Previously, he held various leadership positions in brand management, channels, and solutions marketing. Alon is a regular speaker at big data conferences and BMC events around the world.
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