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Thursday
Apr 19
@DAMAPDX Chapter Meeting: The Metadata Catalog and the Modern Data Lake
Standard Insurance Center Auditorium

Presented by Andrew Ahn, VP Product Management at Waterline Data

Abstract

How to leverage metadata & spark to manage traditional data sources and the modern data lake. A discussion of Waterline Data's approach to discover and understand relational database, Hive, HDFS, and Blob stores.

Speaker

Prior to Waterline, Andrew was Director of governance strategy, product management covering Apache Falcon and Apache Atlas technologies and products. He was as also an Apache Atlas committer. Prior work includes Product and Governance duties for the NYSE Euronext where he worked in the Chief Data Office and was responsible for the product development roadmap.

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Free for Members!

$5 for Students with valid student ID

$15 for Non-Members

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PDXPUG: PUDL: Portland Urban Data Lake
Iovation

Presented by: Dr. Kristin Tufte

This talk will describe work in Smart Cities in the Portland region. We’ll begin with the framework and motivation for the Smart Cities work and the question What is a Smart City? We’ll discuss Portland’s approach to Smart Cities, provide some historical context and then give an overview of ongoing Smart Cities projects including work on AV policy, the Portland Urban Data Lake, new sensors and earthquake resilience. The goal of the talk is to give the audience an overview of the work being done in Portland to bring a human face to data and technology and to inspire question and discussion.

Dr. Tufte is actively involved in Portland’s Smart Cities work and was the data lead on the City of Portland’s Smart Cities proposal. Dr. Tufte has collaborated closely with transportation agencies in the Portland-Vancouver area for the past ten years and directs PORTAL — the regional transportation data archive. Dr. Tufte is a member of the Transportation Research Board’s Urban Data Committee, co-chairing its Urban Big Data subcommittee and Portland Global Cities Team Challenge Action Cluster. Dr. Tufte has a PhD in Database Management from the University of Wisconsin - Madison. Dr. Tufte’s passion is using data and technology to change people’s lives, especially those in traditionally underserved communities.

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