Engineer for the future of Cloud
June 10-13, 2019
San Jose, CA
Amanda Moran

Amanda Moran
Developer Advocate, DataStax

Amanda Moran is a developer advocate for DataStax. Her passion is bridging the gap between customers and engineering. She’s based in the Bay Area and has worked for HP, Lockheed Martin, Teradata, and an Apache Trafodion startup Esgyn. Amanda’s an Apache Committer and member of the PMC for Apache Trafodion. She’s worked on customer POCs, executive demos, distributed database cloud deployments, Python coding, data science workshops, conferences, Linux/Hadoop administration, and scripting—a little bit of everything. She has a master’s degree in computer science from Santa Clara university in 2012 and a BS in biology from the University of Washington. In her spare time, she loves running, hanging out with her dog, and finding reasons to go to Disneyland.

Sessions

2:20pm3:00pm Wednesday, June 12, 2019
Distributed Data
Location: 230 B
Amanda Moran (DataStax)
The future is here and the future needs more than your basic relational databases. Amanda Moran explains Apache Cassandra data modeling, how to do it right, and how you can be successful with cloud native distributed databases by avoiding common mistakes. Read more.