Pipeline Academy

Synthetic Data As A Service For Simplifying Privacy Engineering With Gretel - Episode 279

Any time that you are storing data about people there are a number of privacy and security considerations that come with it. Privacy engineering is a growing field in data management that focuses on how to protect attributes of personal data so that the containing datasets can be shared safely. In this episode Gretel co-founder and CTO John Myers explains how they are building tools for data engineers and analysts to incorporate privacy engineering techniques into their workflows and validate the safety of their data against re-identification attacks.

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Accelerate Development Of Enterprise Analytics With The Coalesce Visual Workflow Builder - Episode 278

The flexibility of software oriented data workflows is useful for fulfilling complex requirements, but for simple and repetitious use cases it adds significant complexity. Coalesce is a platform designed to reduce repetitive work for common workflows by adopting a visual pipeline builder to support your data warehouse transformations. In this episode Satish Jayanthi explains how he is building a framework to allow enterprises to move quickly while maintaining guardrails for data workflows. This allows everyone in the business to participate in data analysis in a sustainable manner.

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Exploring Incident Management Strategies For Data Teams - Episode 274

Data assets and the pipelines that create them have become critical production infrastructure for companies. This adds a requirement for reliability and management of up-time similar to application infrastructure. In this episode Francisco Alberini and Mei Tao share their insights on what incident management looks like for data platforms and the teams that support them.

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Developer Friendly Application Persistence That Is Fast And Scalable With HarperDB - Episode 269

Databases are an important component of application architectures, but they are often difficult to work with. HarperDB was created with the core goal of being a developer friendly database engine. In the process they ended up creating a scalable distributed engine that works across edge and datacenter environments to support a variety of novel use cases. In this episode co-founder and CEO Stephen Goldberg shares the history of the project, how it is architected to achieve their goals, and how you can start using it today.

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