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Jason Hughes is the Director of Technical Advocacy at Dremio. Previously at Dremio, he’s been a Product Director, Technical Director and a Senior Solutions Architect. He’s been working in technology and data for over a decade, including roles as tech lead for the field at Dremio, the pre-sales and post-sales lead for Presto and QueryGrid for the Americas at Teradata, and leading the development, deployment, and management of a custom CRM system for multiple auto dealerships. He is passionate about making customers and individuals successful and self-sufficient. When he’s not working, he’s usually taking his dog to the dog park, playing hockey, or cooking (when he feels like it). He lives in San Diego, California.
That’s a wrap on Subsurface LIVE 2023! I personally had a blast meeting and hanging out with folks in person in San Francisco, and I know my colleagues did as well in New York and London – not to forget the folks attending virtually (all 7,096 of you!). We were glad to see so many […]
In-Memory Analytics with Apache Arrow starts with the foundational basics and dives progressively deeper into the areas needed to understand and effectively use the technology.
Today, we’re excited to announce the Dremio 20.0 release! This month’s release introduces major enhancements across the platform, including extensive audit logging, support for Apache Iceberg tables that use the AWS Glue catalog, Apache Ranger row filter and column masking support, and SSO support in Power BI for Azure AD. Extensive Audit Logging Every organization […]
If you prefer videos over written text, here’s a recording of a presentation of this content In this article, we’ll go through: ✅ What Iceberg is ❌ What Iceberg is not – A table format specification- A set of APIs and libraries for engines to interact with tables following that specification – A storage engine- An […]
There are several issues related to this approach, which are exacerbated by the tens, hundreds or even thousands of dashboards used in an organization: With all of the downsides to this approach, why is it such a common architecture for dashboards? The primary reason is because we were limited by the capabilities of the tools […]