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Episode 473: Mike Del Balso on Feature Stores

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Episode 473: Mike Del Balso on Feature Stores

Mike Del Balso co-founder of Tecton discusses Feature Stores and how it helps operationalize Machine Learning. Akshay spoke with Mike about data engineering challenges to connect signals that make a feature from various data sources to a Machine Learning Model during training and to serve it in production. Mike talks about challenges faced by engineering […]

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Episode 456: Tomer Shiran on Data Lakes

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Episode 456: Tomer Shiran on Data Lakes

Tomer Shiran, co-founder of Dremio, talks about managing data inside a data lake and the ecosystem of products available for storage and analytics. Shiran and SE Radio host Akshay Manchale briefly explore the historical change in data organization from databases to data warehouses and now toward data lakes, as well as the motivations and use […]

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Episode 398: Apache Kudu with Adar Lieber-Dembo

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Episode 398: Apache Kudu with Adar Lieber-Dembo

Adar Lieber-Dembo from Cloudera discusses Apache Kudu, which is a columnar data storage system for fast analytics and fast ingestion of large datasets. Kudu takes its inspiration from systems in the Hadoop ecosystem, but it addresses many of their shortcomings. SE Radio’s Akshay Manchale spoke with Adar about motivations behind building Kudu, features available for […]

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Episode 397: Pat Helland on Data Management with Microservices

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Episode 397: Pat Helland on Data Management with Microservices

Pat Helland, who has been working on building data management systems since 1978, talks to host Akshay Manchale about Data Management at scale with Microservices. Pat talks about trends in storage and computing, state management, immutable data storage, and idempotent computation. He also talks about various ways to look at data — “inside” vs. “outside,” “prescriptive” […]

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