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Streaming: The Driving Force Behind the Extreme Data Economy

A conversation with Tim Berglund, Confluent’s Senior Director of Developer Experience!
In this episode of Telekinesis, Data-to-data Conversations, we welcome Tim Berglund, Confluent’s Senior Director of Developer Experience! We dive into the world of streaming analytics and discuss how streaming data sources are the driving force behind the Extreme Data Economy.
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Hail to the Chief

Talking Extreme Data Economy with Kinetica CEO Paul Appleby
We welcome Kinetica CEO Paul Appleby to the show to get his perspective on the new world of data we find ourselves living in today, the Extreme Data Economy
Mark Johnson
Mark Johnson

Smart, Connected Cities and the Impact of IoT

Is your city “smart” or “dumb?” Most likely, your city still has potholes peppering the streets, parking lot meters that only accept coins, and “historic” buildings that are draftier than a Maine lighthouse. However, global trends–from population growth to urbanization …

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Extreme Data Chat From Across the Pond with Google’s Nick Taylor

Nick Taylor from Google Cloud Platform joins us to discuss the changes in the world of data, focusing on the explosion of different streaming data sources like IoT data and why cloud adoption will continue to increase and what differentiates GCP from alternative cloud vendors.
Sunile Manjee
Sunile Manjee

Better Together – Spark and Kinetica

The Spark connector is typically leveraged to ingest data into Kinetica and perform various transformations in pipeline.  A Spark DataFrame is the core type while performing ingestion. Often after a Kinetica table has been created, new fields need to be …

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Jonathan Greenberg
Jonathan Greenberg

Kinetica on NVIDIA DGX Station Helps Rescue The Honey Bee!

My daughter, a high school junior, came home one day talking about her upcoming science fair, and how she was interested in addressing a serious problem with the domestic honey bee. Apparently, domestic honey beehives are collapsing at an alarming …

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