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About the Webinar
Organizations understand the value in leveraging their data for improved BI, analytics, and reporting. However, utilizing data effectively requires sophisticated data integration, which to many organizations sounds like a trade-off that might not be worth the effort. After all, traditional approaches to data integration involve heavy, opaque, and expensive data processing platforms that require full IT teams to build, maintain, and operate.
Data success depends on the accessibility and affordability of data integration. CData Sync provides a platform for non-technical members of your data team to build and maintain data pipelines, keeping your technical resources unburdened. Additionally, Sync’s scalable licensing depends only on the number of data storage platforms you need to integrate, not the amount of data you need to move. When data is democratized and data connectivity doesn’t break the bank, improving your BI, analytics, and reporting feels like a no-brainer instead of a difficult cost-benefit analysis.
In this webinar you will learn:
1. How pure-cloud pipelines struggle to handle hybrid data environments
2. The possible pitfalls in usage-based licensing and the source-based alternative
3. What a streamlined data movement platform looks like – including a live demo of CData Sync
About the Speaker
Director, Product Marketing, CData
Kim Kaluba is a data enthusiast. She has been devoted to the Data Management marketplace for over 25 years with a focus on assisting businesses in deriving the most benefit from their most valuable asset- their organizations data. She has spent time in sales, enablement, and product marketing. She now leads the Product Marketing team at CData. Kaluba has authored articles and blogs on various data management topics and has been recognized as ‘best presenter’ at various conferences. She received her business degree in Marketing and Management from Stetson University.
Technical Engineer, CData
Matt Springfield loves to understand and explain technology. Starting his career as a software engineer, Matt gravitated towards the more creative aspects that orbit around technology: writing articles and blogs, making tutorials and videos, and hosting webinars. He strives to balance the ability to speak the language of engineers while understanding the needs of business professionals. Matt received a dual degree in Computer Science and Philosophy from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.