Actian Vector and Avalanche Technical Update
Monday 22nd February 2021 at 14:00 GMT
TechTALKS for customers. Get the latest product updates fom Actian’s engineering leaders. This event is scheduled for 1 hour and will be focused specifically on Actian Vector and Avalanche.
Our guest customer speaker is Paul Frith from The AA will share how they use use Actian Vector, Avalanche and DataFlow to create risk balanced insurance quotes in under a second and how they are using Avalanche for science.
Emma McGrattan (SVP of Engineering) will cover new and upcoming capabilities in Vector and Avalanche. In her role, Emma leads research and development for Actian’s Hybrid Data Analytics Portfolio. A recognized authority in DBMS, Big Data and Hadoop technologies, Emma is a sought-after speaker at industry conferences. Emma has recently celebrated over 25 years in Actian Database Engineering.
The aganda will be as follows:
• Actian company update and latest news
• Actian Vector and Avalanche product update and roadmap for 2021 and beyond: Emma McGrattan (SVP Engineering)
• Customer Use Case by Paul Frith of The AA on how they use Actian Vector and Avalanche
• Q&A with the Actian experts: Emma McGrattan (SVP Engineering), Alex Hanshaw and Peter Lydon (Principal Solutions Engineer).
Should you have a question you would like to submit to the Actian panel for Q&A, please forward to email@example.com before the event.
Actian is reaching new heights under the seasoned leadership and innovative prowess of some of the industry’s brightest minds. Led by board members from HCL Technologies and Sumeru Equity Partners, Actian has developed ground-breaking hybrid data solutions to enable digital transformation with global scale and reach. With over 300 employees and $100M in annual revenue, Actian has a well-rounded portfolio of products and solutions spanning data management, integration, and analytics, activating the value of hybrid data for enterprises in financial services, retail, telecommunications, media, healthcare, and manufacturing.