Season 2, Episode 2
In this episode of Telekinesis, we welcome Taylor Newill, Senior Manager at Oracle. We explore the world of Oracle Cloud, GPUs, the Oracle for start ups program, the racing industry and navigating the new normal while sheltering in place.
Season 2, Episode 1
In this episode of Telekinesis, we welcome Jim Scott, Head of Developer Relations, Data Science at NVIDIA. We dive into the world of GPUs, RAPIDS, coffee and navigating life while sheltering in place.
Season 1, Episode 6
Founding Fathers Pt. 1 – Kinetica Genesis and Product Conversations with Co-Founder and CTO Nima Negahban
We zero in on the genesis story of Kinetica with Nema Nega, the original developer and software architect of the Kinetica platform. We discuss a variety of topics surrounding the big data analytics market, Kinetica product features, and most importantly, the reality of hair loss as we get older.
Season 1, Episode 5
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.
Season 1, Episode 4
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.
Season 1, Episode 3
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.
Season 1, Episode 2
In this episode of the now-named Telekinesis podcast, Kinetica CMO Daniel Raskin has the pleasure of interviewing Pat Patterson, the Community Champion for StreamSets.
Season 1, Episode 1
In episode 1, we chat with Chris Kawalek of NVIDIA who leads product marketing for the NVIDIA GPU Cloud (NGC). We discuss the benefits of NVIDIA hosting our containerized cloud platform and what the platform means to organizations looking to use GPUs in the cloud in 2018.