CIO/ CDO Virtual Panel
October 28, 2021
How Open Source Fuels Enterprise Innovation
It’s increasingly clear that open source software (OSS) is a smart bet, and data is key to increasing competitive advantage and accelerating growth. According to Gartner, much of the world’s application innovation is based on open source software. Companies already using a robust OSS data stack are twice as likely to attribute more than 20% of revenue to data and analytics.
Open source is an engine for innovation, offering reliability, scalability and security for IT leaders intent on future-proofing their infrastructure, building a powerful data strategy, and succeeding in a market that’s still reeling from the pandemic.
Join our discussion to learn more about how open source can help companies activate data in real time, use artificial intelligence and machine learning to improve customer relationships, and transform their business.
- How and why key open source technologies should play a central role in your data strategy
- How to leverage leading and emerging technologies to drive your own data strategy forward
- Best practices for aligning cultural as well as technical patterns for success to accelerate innovation
DataStax gives Mint the power to change information in their supporting systems into actionable insights with historical views into account statuses, which was previously impossible with relational technologies.
DataStax is the company behind the massively scalable, highly available, cloud-native NoSQL data platform built on Apache Cassandra™. DataStax gives users and enterprises the freedom to run data in any cloud at global scale with zero downtime and zero lock-in. More than 450 of the world’s leading enterprises including Capital One, Cisco, Comcast, Delta Airlines, Macy’s, McDonald’s, Safeway, Sony, and Walmart use DataStax to build transformational data architectures for real-world outcomes. For more, visit DataStax.com and @DataStax.
VP of Strategy
Head of Data & Analytics
Philip Morris International
VP Data Analytics Management
Vice President – Head of Data
Director of Data Science
Speaker: Bryan Kirschner, Vice President, Strategy at DataStax
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Invited Members Include...
Opening Remarks & Executive Introductions
CIO/CDO Panel Hosted by Sponsor
- SVP/VP Level
- Sr. Director Level
- Finance & Insurance
- Healthcare & Pharma
- State & Federal Government
- Retail & Manufacturing
Org. Size by Revenue
- 250M - 500M
- 500M - 1BN
- 1BN +
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Why should I attend?
Your time is valuable and we make sure to make the most of it! We take the time to figure out your challenges and customize your experience to meet your needs. Our agendas are tailored to your feedback and we pride ourselves in covering the most cutting-edge content delivered by renowned industry experts. Look forward to building enduring partnerships and together we’ll go straight to the top.
Where is the event taking place?
The event is by invitation-only. The location will be released to all attendees once your registration has been confirmed.
What is the dress code?
We recommend business attire. Most attendees wear suits or comparable attire. Ties are optional.
Can I bring a colleague with me?
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What if I have dietary restrictions?
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I plan on being in attendance, but what if something comes up and I have to cancel?
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