Munich Datageeks Meetup | Oktoberfest Edition


München, Giesinger Bräustüberl, kostenfrei

Munich Datageeks Meetup am 28. September im Giesinger Bräustüberl, QUNIS ist gemeinsam mit Dremio dabei!

  • 2 talks (each ca. 40 min incl. discussion)
  • Time for networking + food + drinks before, in between and after the presentations
  • Talks are held in English


TALK 1: Tomer Shiran (CPO & Founder of Dremio)
Elevate your data architecture with Apache Iceberg & Data as Code

Apache Iceberg is an open, vendor-agnostic table format for the data lakehouse that has been adopted by Dremio, Snowflake, AWS, Google and many others. Project Nessie is an open-source project, also available as a service (Dremio Arctic), that builds on Iceberg and enables companies to manage data as code, with git-like capabilities such as branching and tagging. In this talk we‘ll discuss how organizations can modernize their data architecture with these powerful open-source technologies, eliminating the need to use proprietary and expensive data warehouses and never-ending ETL pipelines.

TALK 2: Steffen Vierkorn & Christian Thiel (QUNIS)
Data & Analytics Plattforms – Todays challenges & solutions

Data and Analytics has entered a new era with ever growing numbers of users in all departments and heterogeneous use cases that used to be unthinkable a couple of years ago. This change poses a major challenge for Technology and Data Organization and has led to a rapidly developing market in the last years. Join us at Datageeks Munich and learn about our perspective on 5 of the most significant challenges for Data & Analytics Platform as well as technological approaches to solve them.


Termin, Ort, Anmeldung

Donnerstag, 28. September 2023
19.00 – 21.00 Uhr
Giesinger Bräustüberl, Martin-Luther-Straße 2, 81539 München

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Die Munich Datageeks e. V. sind eine unabhängige, gemeinnützige Organisation mit dem Ziel, die Digitalisierung in München zu fördern. Sie verbinden Industrie, Gesellschaft, Forschung und Politik, um einen Wissenstransfer zwischen den Parteien zu schaffen und Unternehmen jeder Größe bei der Bewältigung des digitalen Wandels zu unterstützen.


München, Giesinger Bräustüberl, kostenfrei