Interested in becoming more data driven and empowering your peers and coworkers with insights and data? Yoni Leibowitz and Sasha Rosenbaum share how Microsoft has been constantly transforming its engineering, support, finance, and marketing work via new tech for data-driven decisions.
Project Kusto gave every employee access to real-time data about all Microsoft services, replacing the previous systems with a far superior service at a dramatically lower cost. This change transformed the company in a fundamental way so that many organizations and teams across the company can’t imagine operating their products without it.
This session is sponsored by Microsoft.
Yoni Leibowitz is a software engineer on the Azure Data Explorer (Kusto) team, which he joined back when the service was still in an early stage of incubation. While being very hands on and focusing on the platform’s data engine, Yoni maintains a customer-obsessed state of mind, works closely with customers at all scales, and supports the growing community of users of the service and the Kusto query language.
Sasha Rosenbaum is a program manager on the Azure DevOps engineering team, focused on improving the alignment of the product with open source software. She’s a co-organizer of the DevOpsDays Chicago conference and recently published a book on serverless computing in Azure with .NET.
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