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A podcast Series With SAM RAMJI

E8 Shirshanka Das, Founder of LinkedIn DataHub, Apache Gobblin, Acryl Data

How can we evolve an expanding ecosystem of data technologies while making sense of the whole? Tune in to LinkedIn DataHub, and Acryl Data founder, Shirshanka Das, as he and Sam have a discussion on metadata at the center and specialization at the edge to sustainably scale data governance.

What can we learn from cloud-native development and how can we share that with developers, engineers, product owners, and product managers of the new world?

Sam Ramji interviews open source innovators who are shaping the future of open source data, open source software, data on Kubernetes, data in DevOps, data in AI, and much more.

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Available Episodes

DATA MESH LEARNING Community
S2 E7

Data Management Pain Points and Future Solutions for Data Discovery

With Guest: DATA MESH LEARNING Community, Community

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Elena Samuylova
S2 E6

ModelOps, ML Monitoring, and Busy Humans with Elena Samuylova

With Guest: Elena Samuylova, Co-Founder and CEO at Evidently AI

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Eric Brewer & Melody Meckfessel
S2 E5

Cloud-Native, Open-Source, and Collaborative with Eric Brewer and Melody Meckfessel

With Guest: Eric Brewer & Melody Meckfessel,

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Jocelyn Goldfein
S2 E4

MLOps, AIOps, and Data Startups with Jocelyn Goldfein

With Guest: Jocelyn Goldfein, Managing Director at Zetta Venture Partners

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Upcoming Episodes

Mark Grover
Coming September 30 S2 E9

A discussion with Mark Grover

With Guest: Mark Grover, Founder at Stemma, co-creator of Amundsen

Podcast Guests

Sam Ramji is Chief Strategy Officer at DataStax. Sam led Kubernetes and DevOps product management for Google Cloud, founded the Cloud Foundry foundation, has helped build two multi-billion dollar markets (API Management at Apigee and Enterprise Service Bus at BEA Systems) and redefined Microsoft’s open source and Linux strategy from “extinguish” to “embrace”. He is nerdy about open source, platform economics, middleware, and cloud computing with an emphasis on developer experience and enterprise software.