The Modern ELT Stack to Win with Cloud Data Warehousing
Date: Thursday, January 28th at 11am PST / 2pm EST
Join technical leaders from Fivetran, Trifacta and AWS, for a live webinar on the rise of ELT architectures for cloud data warehousing and why they have become the de facto standard in cloud analytics.
In this session, you will learn:
- Why ELT has taken the place of ETL in the cloud
- How to develop an integrated no-code ELT stack including data replication, data prep and cloud data warehousing
- The ROI customers are experiencing transitioning to ELT from traditional approaches
About the presenters:
Vijay Balasubramaniam, Director, Partner Solutions Architect, Trifacta
Vijay Balasubramaniam leverages his expertise in data management to help partners and customers be successful in large-scale analytics initiatives. He has over 18 years of experience helping large organizations manage their data sets and produce insights. He specializes in best-in-class data preparation workflows and developing end-to-end solutions on the AWS platform. Outside of work, he enjoys biking, tennis, music and spending time with family.
Will Davis, VP of Marketing, Trifacta
Will has spent over ten years managing the marketing initiatives for several high-growth data companies including GoodData, Pivotal and ClearStory Data. Most recently, Will led product marketing at Trifacta for over 5 years where he focused on building the category of data preparation and establishing Trifacta as the top vendor. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Brown University.
TJ Holsman, Partner Engineer, Fivetran
TJ has over 10 years of experience guiding customers and partners on the use of data in driving marketing campaign automation while working at Salesforce and Adobe. At Fivetran, TJ helps partners understand the shift to ELT and deliver efficient and scalable solutions on the modern data stack.
Greg Khairallah, Director of Analytics, Amazon Web Services
Greg leads the AWS global business development team for database and analytics. His background includes over 15 years’ experience at Intel, Oracle and Business Objects (now SAP). A former officer in the US Army, Greg hold a master’s degree in Information System Management from Carnegie Mellon University.