Delta Sharing AMA—with Matei Zaharia and Databricks’ Engineers

May 26, 2021 03:15 PM (PT)

Data sharing has become important in the digital economy as enterprises wish to easily and securely exchange data with their customers, partners, and suppliers, but to date, data sharing solutions have been tied to a single vendor or commercial product. Today, Databricks unveiled “Delta Sharing” — the industry’s first open protocol for data sharing — making it simple to share data with other organizations regardless of where the data lives.Join Databricks Co-Founder and Chief Technologist Matei Zaharia, as well as Databricks engineer and product manager Michael Armbrust and Todd Greengstein for a ‘Ask Me Anything’ session on Delta Sharing. Whether you want to dive deep into the technology, or a better understanding of the scenarios, this is the session where you get to ask your questions!

 

In this session watch:
Matei Zaharia, Assistant Professor of Computer Science; Original Creator of Apache Spark & MLflow, Databricks
Todd Greenstein, Product Team, Databricks
Michael Armbrust, Distinguished Engineer, Databricks

 

Matei Zaharia

Matei Zaharia is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Stanford University and Chief Technologist at Databricks. He started the Apache Spark project during his PhD at UC Berkeley in 2009, and ...
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Todd Greenstein

Prior to joining Databricks, Todd was part of Microsoft on the SQL Server Team working on the Engine and Clustering components. Todd was part of the of the product team at Couchbase and helped buil...
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Michael Armbrust

Michael Armbrust is committer and PMC member of Apache Spark and the original creator of Spark SQL. He currently leads the team at Databricks that designed and built Structured Streaming and Databrick...
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Denny Lee

Denny Lee

Denny Lee is a Developer Advocate at Databricks. He is a hands-on distributed systems and data sciences engineer with extensive experience developing internet-scale infrastructure, data platforms, ...
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