Presented By O'Reilly and Cloudera
Make Data Work
Dec 4–5, 2017: Training
Dec 5–7, 2017: Tutorials & Conference
Singapore
Mick Hollison

Mick Hollison
Chief Marketing Officer, Cloudera

Mick Hollison is chief marketing officer at Cloudera, where he leads the company’s worldwide marketing efforts, including advertising, brand, communications, demand, partner, solutions, and web. Mick has had a successful 25-year career in enterprise and cloud software. Previously, he was CMO of sales acceleration at machine learning company InsideSales.com, where, under his leadership, the company pioneered a shift to data-driven marketing and sales that has served as a model for organizations around the globe; was global vice president of marketing and strategy at Citrix, where he led the company’s push into the high-growth desktop virtualization market; managed executive marketing at Microsoft; and held numerous leadership positions at IBM Software. Mick is an advisory board member for InsideSales and a contributing author to Inc.com. He is also an accomplished public speaker who has shared his insightful messages about the business impact of technology with audiences around the world. Mick holds a bachelor of science in management from the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Sessions

9:15am9:30am Wednesday, December 6, 2017
Location: Hall 404AXF
Mick Hollison (Cloudera), Cesar Delgado (Apple)
Twenty years ago, a company implored us to “think different” about personal computers. Today, Apple continues to live and breathe that legacy. It’s evident in the machine learning and analytics architectures that power many of the company’s most innovative applications. Cesar Delgado joins Mick Hollison to discuss how Apple is using its big data stack and expertise to solve non-data problems. Read more.
12:05pm12:45pm Thursday, December 7, 2017
Mick Hollison (Cloudera)
Mick Hollison shares examples of real-world machine learning applications, explores a variety of challenges in putting these capabilities into production—the speed with with technology is moving, cloud versus in-data-center consumption, security and regulatory compliance, and skills and agility in getting data and answers into the right hands—and outlines proven ways to meet them. Read more.