We have been talking a lot about fancy and flashy data analytics solutions in our last few Meetups. Now is the time to go back to the foundations and discuss building data warehouses and access control, but to stay true to our Cloud name, we will be using modern technologies.
Two Google engineers - Yunus and Samet - are visiting us for a show and tell of "How to get rid of data silos and physical limitations by building data warehouses on Google cloud" and "Access Control of a data lake in GCP"
Google provides speakers, Info Support provides location, food and drinks.
Samet Karadag is Strategic Cloud Engineer at Google Cloud based in Amsterdam. He has 17 years of experience in data management across several industries and vendors. He currently enables Strategic Enterprises to modernize their Data Warehouses and Data Lakes on Google Cloud.
Linkedin Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sametkaradag
"How to get rid of data silos and physical limitations by building data warehouses on Google cloud"
We will talk about a modern data warehouse architecture in GCP and the related technology stack such as BigQuery, Data Fusion, Composer, and Data Catalog. You will learn how to deal with problems such as handling semi-structured data, scalable analytics, data integration and data governance.
Yunus Durmus is a Strategic Cloud Engineer at Google Cloud based in Amsterdam. He helps enterprise customers in security, smart analytics, and data lake aspects of GCP. Linkedin Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/yunusdurmus/
"Access Control of a data lake in GCP"
In this session, we will go authentication and authorization in Dataproc from basic to advanced. We will start with basic API based access and finish with multi-tenant clusters with Kerberos, Ranger and Knox. We also show how dataproc helps you to run Spark on GKE.
17:00 Doors open and food
17:45 - 18:45 Talk 1
18:45 - 19:45 Talk 2
19:45 - rounding up, questions, chit-chat