Sponsors

The Data Engineering Podcast is supported by some great companies. Check out the sponsors that have helped to bring you the stories behind the projects that you use every day and the people who built them.

Current Sponsors

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Past Sponsors

Sponsors 1Your Data Scientist finished a new Machine Learning model, so he sends you his python script and wishes you good luck. Now you have to figure out where to put it and plead with DevOps to deploy it. Not to mention write the API to consume the model’s results.

Wouldn’t it make your job easier if the Data Science team could build, train, deploy and monitor their models independently? Metis Machine agrees.

Meet Skafos, the machine learning platform that enables teams of data scientists to drastically speed up the time to market by providing tools and workflows that are familiar and easy. Serverless ML production deployment is as simple as “git push”. Skafos orchestrates your jobs seamlessly, guaranteeing they will run.

Skafos handles the tedious and time-consuming work of applying Machine Learning at scale so you can focus on what you do best.

The team here at Metis Machine shipped a proof-of-concept integration between our powerful machine learning platform Skafos, and the business intelligence software Tableau. BI teams can now invoke custom-built machine learning models built by in-house science teams.

Does that sound awesome? It is.

Join Metis Machine’s free webinar to walk through the architecture of this extension, demonstrate its capabilities in real time, and lay out a use case for empowering your BI team to modify machine learning models independently and immediately see the results, right from Tableau. You have to see it to believe it. So join us on October 11th at 2 PM ET (11 AM PT) and see what
Skafos + Tableau can do.

To register, go to metismachine.com/webinars


Sponsors 2Have you ever found yourself lost in a pile of directories, each only differing by a cryptic and poorly considered version number, wishing that you could just dump it all into your source control system to track changes and change history? Lucky for you the fine folks at Quilt Data were in the same boat and decided to build something just for you! Quilt is an open source platform for managing your data sets in the same way that you manage your software. It includes metadata management, version history, and distributed delivery so that you can build a workflow that works for your whole team.

Stop by their booth at JupyterCon in New York City on August 22nd through the 24th to say Hi and tell them that the Data Engineering Podcast sent you! After that, keep an eye on the AWS marketplace for a pre-packaged version of Quilt for Teams to deploy into your own environment and stop fighting with your data.


Sponsors 3Are you struggling to keep up with customer request and letting errors slip into production? Want to try some of the innovative ideas in this podcast but don’t have time?

DataKitchen’s DataOps software allows your team to quickly iterate and deploy pipelines of code, models, and data sets while improving quality.

Unlike a patchwork of manual operations, DataKitchen makes your team shine by providing an end to end DataOps solution with minimal programming that uses the tools you love.

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