Starting in June, senior data professionals will reveal how any organization can deliver data-driven insights with cloud data warehousing
SAN MATEO, Calif. – May 15, 2018 – Snowflake Computing, the only data warehouse built for the cloud, today announced a new event series, Data for Breakfast, which offers free half-day sessions across the U.S. The series will take place in 17 cities from June 5 – 19, with each event featuring standout data professionals from industry-leading companies. They will share their insights into how modern cloud data warehousing can help organizations unite their data, users and analytics tools to produce data-driven insights that move business forward.
Today’s organizations struggle to securely share data with customers and partners and unlock its value. During these informative sessions, Snowflake will help attendees learn how to easily and securely share and consume live data across teams, partners, clouds and continents. Cloud thought leaders, experienced analytics practitioners and innovative technologists from around the U.S. will share insights into how to escape the constraints of legacy technology approaches and deliver data-driven insights by taking advantage of cloud-built technology.
“In order for today’s organization to become a data-driven enterprise, business and technical professionals must understand how data-driven insights create a competitive advantage,” Snowflake’s Chief Marketing Officer, Denise Persson, said. “The Data for Breakfast events will help attendees learn about how cloud-first data warehousing makes data sharing across the organization possible and gives them the power to unlock insights from data that drive business value.”
Confirmed speakers from the Data for Breakfast event series include:
- Brianna Connelly, Sr Manager, Data Analytics, Return Path
- Sandro Frattura, Business Intelligence Data Architect, Hubspot
- Nate Skousen, Director of Data Architecture and Analytics, Vivint
- Jay Tomkins, Director of Business Intelligence, TechStyle
- Carlos Fares, Director of Business Intelligence, CareCloud
- McPherson White, Director of Software Development, PureCars
- Casey Pursel, Director of Business Intelligence, Snap Kitchen
- Carlin Eng, Data Engineer, Strava
- Tarush Aggarwal, Director of Data Engineering, WeWork
The Data for Breakfast event series begins in Denver on June 5 and ends in New York City on June 19. The events will draw senior business leaders and data, analytics and IT professionals from industries and companies around the country. The breakfast event series will tour 17 cities including:
Denver – June 5
Boston – June 5
Minneapolis – June 5
Salt Lake City – June 6
Philadelphia – June 6
Phoenix – June 7
Washington, D.C. – June 7
Los Angeles – June 12
Miami – June 12
St. Louis – June 12
Palo Alto – June 13
Atlanta – June 13
Seattle – June 14
Toronto – June 14
Houston – June 14
San Francisco – June 19
New York City – June 19
Each event will include:
- A presentation from Snowflake on the modern data economy and how cloud data warehousing can help organizations gain a competitive advantage.
- A compelling use case from a leading customer, revealing what cloud data warehousing has delivered for their organization.
- Best practices from partners who will share how built-for-the-cloud data warehousing has transformed their data strategies and what they are now able to provide their users.
- A Q&A session between industry experts.
The Snowflake Data for Breakfast event series is brought to you by Snowflake’s strong ecosystem of technology and solution partners including Informatica, Talend, Tableau, Looker, Alteryx, WhereScape, Matillion, Alooma, Microstrategy, Stitch, Dataguise, Fivetran, Interworks, Cervello and Sirius. RSVP for the Data for Breakfast event in your city here.
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About Snowflake Computing
Snowflake is the only data warehouse built for the cloud. Snowflake delivers the performance, concurrency and simplicity needed to store and analyze all data available to an organization in one location. Snowflake’s technology combines the power of data warehousing, the flexibility of big data platforms, the elasticity of the cloud, and live data sharing at a fraction of the cost of traditional solutions. Snowflake: Your data, no limits. Find out more at www.snowflake.net.