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Join the world’s leading experts on data connectivity for an exciting day of fun, learning and networking. Learn about and influence our roadmap for 2017-18.
We are hosting our Partner Summit on March 13 to accommodate any colleagues planning on attending Strata+Hadoop in San Jose March 13th-16th. We will share all the details regarding our recent launch of DataDirect Hybrid Data Pipeline and the initial feedback from cloud ISVs. Take a look what our Partners said about the event last year in this blog post and in the videos below.
Progress DataDirect Hybrid Data Pipeline is generally available for distribution within your cloud strategy. Join us for an overview of how other partners are distributing this technology for open analytics strategies or as a data gateway for cloud and on-premises data sources. Then we’ll discuss our vision so we can better align with your product roadmap.
Join the product team to see the latest enhancements, features and connectors delivered in H2 2016, including items directly requested at previous Partner Summits. This discussion will include insights based on the features being requested to help predict and address your customer requests around data connectivity.
Learn the latest industry trends surrounding REST API standardization and what this means for your roadmap. OData is an OASIS standard REST API and has been established among tech companies such as Microsoft, SAP, CA, IBM and Salesforce. GraphQL was created by Facebook in 2015 and has already been deployed at tech companies such as Facebook, Shopify and Intuit. ORDS is the Oracle REST API and delivers similar standardization for Oracle-centric applications.
DataDirect gets thousands of evaluations for our connectors and hybrid services each month. In this session, the product team will share unique insights and stories from this data, as well as our independent research, and what it means for you. We’ll also share data source rankings in terms of cost, popular cloud infrastructure deployments, survey insights and more. This data can provide a quantitative glimpse into how your competitors are going to market with data connectivity across different types of sources, industries, platforms, deployments and more.
Most importantly, you will want to spend some quality time with your engineering team (that’s us). All jokes aside, you will have the chance to preview what we are building to accelerate your road maps and optimize your engineering resources. You will also have the chance to keep up with your competitors who have registered, as well as network with other cutting edge vendors facing similar challenges. Here are a few more reasons:
Sumit Sarkar, Chief Data Evangelist
Dion Picco, General Manager
Mark Biamonte, Senior Architect
Dipak Patel, Senior Principle Market Manager
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel San Jose
2050 Gateway Place
San Jose, California, 95110
Go ahead and register today! We look forward to meeting you and hearing everything you have to say. Our partners drive our business, your feedback is a key part of everything we do.
Austin is a content strategist, social promoter and marketer at Progress with a passion for technology, data visualization and music. He keeps up to date on the data connectivity industry and discusses related topics in a visually appealing, thorough and easily understandable way.
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