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- Your host is Tobias Macey and today I’m interviewing Dipti Borkark about data orchestration and how it helps in migrating data workloads to the cloud
- How did you get involved in the area of data management?
- Can you start by describing what you mean by the term "Data Orchestration"?
- How does it compare to the concept of "Data Virtualization"?
- What are some of the tools and platforms that fit under that umbrella?
- What are some of the motivations for organizations to use the cloud for their data oriented workloads?
- What are they giving up by using cloud resources in place of on-premises compute?
- For businesses that have invested heavily in their own datacenters, what are some ways that they can begin to replicate some of the benefits of cloud environments?
- What are some of the common patterns for cloud migration projects and what challenges do they present?
- Do you have advice on useful metrics to track for determining project completion or success criteria?
- How do businesses approach employee education for designing and implementing effective systems for achieving their migration goals?
- Can you talk through some of the ways that different data orchestration tools can be composed together for a cloud migration effort?
- What are some of the common pain points that organizations encounter when working on hybrid implementations?
- What are some of the missing pieces in the data orchestration landscape?
- Are there any efforts that you are aware of that are aiming to fill those gaps?
- Where is the data orchestration market heading, and what are some industry trends that are driving it?
- What projects are you most interested in or excited by?
- For someone who wants to learn more about data orchestration and the benefits the technologies can provide, what are some resources that you would recommend?
- From your perspective, what is the biggest gap in the tooling or technology for data management today?
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