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About the Webinar
Data mesh was among the most discussed and controversial enterprise data management topics of 2021. One of the reasons people struggle with data mesh concepts is we still have a lot of open questions that we are not thinking about:
Are you thinking beyond analytics? Are you thinking about all possible stakeholders? Are you thinking about how to be agile? Are you thinking about standardization and policies? Are you thinking about organizational structures and roles?
Join data.world VP of Product Tim Gasper and Principal Scientist Juan Sequeda for an honest, no-bs discussion about data mesh and its role in data governance.
About the Speaker
VP of Product, data.world
Tim Gasper is VP of Product at data.world, and co-host of the web show and podcast Catalog & Cocktails. He previously served as Director of Product at Janrain (customer identity and data company acquired by Akamai), head of product and marketing at Bitfusion (AI startup acquired by VMware), and VP of Product and Global Offerings Manager at Infochimps, a CSC Company (now DXC Technology). Tim has over 13 years of product management and product marketing experience, and is a writer and speaker on entrepreneurship, lean startup methodology, analytics and AI.
Principal Scientist, data.world
Juan Sequeda is the Principal Scientist at data.world. He joined through the acquisition of Capsenta, a company he founded as a spin-off from his PhD research in Computer Science from The University of Texas at Austin. His goal is to reliably create knowledge from inscrutable data. His research and industry work has been on designing and building Knowledge Graph for enterprise data integration.
Partner Solutions Architect at Snowflake
Paul has worked in development and technical sales with database systems for over 35 years, and has been at Snowflake since 2017. He is currently the Technical Lead for Snowflake’s Data Governance and Security partners. Prior to Snowflake, Paul was one of the first Sales Engineers at Netezza, later acquired by IBM, where he also held various SE leadership positions.