Sep 23–26, 2019
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The future of Google Cloud data processing (sponsored by Google Cloud)

James Malone (Google)
9:30am9:40am Wednesday, September 25, 2019
Location: 3E
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Open source has always been a core pillar of Google Cloud’s data and analytics strategy. As the community continues to set industry standards, the company continues to integrate those standards into its services so organizations around the world can unlock the value of data faster.

Join James Malone as he unveils the future of Google Cloud’s data processing and introduces new capabilities that empower data professionals to build scalable and flexible applications faster.

This keynote is sponsored by Google Cloud.

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James Malone


James Malone is a product manager for Google Cloud Platform and manages Cloud Dataproc and Apache Beam (incubating). Previously, James worked at Disney and Amazon. He’s a big fan of open source software because it shows what’s possible when people come together to solve common problems with technology. He also loves data, amateur radio, Disneyland, photography, running, and Legos.

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Daniil Okhlopkov | Chief Data Officer
09/13/2019 7:24am EDT

Am I right that only Cloud Dataproc and Apache Beam future plans would be shared?

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