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Make Data Work
September 25–26, 2017: Training
September 26–28, 2017: Tutorials & Conference
New York, NY

A whole new way to think about your next-gen applications (sponsored by MapR Technologies)

Anil Gadre (MapR)
9:20am9:30am Wednesday, September 27, 2017
Sponsored keynote
Location: 3E
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If you’re struggling to build applications that harness all of your data, you also likely find it a challenge to gather the data in real time, build intelligent models, and reliably deploy them at scale in production as part of mission-critical business applications. Classic relational databases are unable to handle modern data intensive workloads, and NoSQL databases can’t provide the breadth of capabilities required for diverse enterprise applications.

Anil Gadre explains how customers using a converged data platform are succeeding at creating breakthrough new apps for the enterprise. Converged capabilities ranging from cloud-scale data stores to powerful databases and integrated persisted streaming create new possibilities for enterprise developers looking to architect, develop, and deploy applications that were impossible until now.

This keynote is sponsored by MapR.

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Anil Gadre

MapR

Anil Gadre is the executive vice president of product management at MapR. Previously, Anil was the executive vice president of product management at Silver Spring Networks, where he was responsible for product strategy, planning, and marketing of networking and software products focused on the smart grid for the energy industry, and executive vice president of the Application Platform Software organization at Sun Microsystems, where he previously served as chief marketing officer leading global branding, demand creation, and an extensive developer ecosystem program. Anil’s roles at Sun Microsystems covered diverse product lines ranging from networked desktop and enterprise servers systems to market-leading software products, such as the Solaris Operating system, Java, the MySQL database, and various middleware products. He holds a BSEE from Stanford University and an MM from the Kellogg School at Northwestern University.