Informatica with Bill Creekbaum: Mark Mandel is back today as he and Gabi Ferrara interview Bill Creekbaum of Informatica to learn how they work with Google Cloud for a better big data user experience.

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Informatica with Bill Creekbaum: Mark Mandel is back today as he and Gabi Ferrara interview Bill Creekbaum of Informatica to learn how they work with Google Cloud for a better big data user experience.

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Happy Independence Day to our American listeners! Mark Mandel is back today as he and Gabi Ferrara interview Bill Creekbaum of Informatica to learn how they work with Google Cloud for a better big data user experience. Mark Mirchandani is hanging around the studio as well, bringing some cool things of the week and helping with the question of the week!

Informatica provides data managing products that offer complete solutions focusing on metadata management, integration, governance, security, data quality, and discoverability. Bill’s job at Informatica is to ensure these products really take advantage of the strengths of Google Cloud Platform. One such example is a product that allows customers to design in Informatica and push their projects to Cloud Dataproc. Informatica also offers similar capabilities in BigQuery. When moving data from on-prem to the cloud, customers can use Informatica and Google Cloud together for a seamless transition, cost savings, and easier data control.

Together, Informatica and Google Cloud can also facilitate the acquisition of high quality data. To have better, more trustworthy output, data inputed needs to be safe to access, have few or no duplicates and null values, and be complete. To achieve this, developers usually use a combination of the Informatica tools Intelligent Cloud Services, Enterprise Data Catalog, and Big Data Management, and the Google tools BigQuery, Cloud Storage, Analytics, Dataproc, and Pub/Sub.

Bill’s closing advice for companies comes in three parts: take stock of the data you’ve got, set goals, and develop a well-rounded team.



Bill Creekbaum

Bill Creekbaum is Sr. Director of Product Management for Cloud, Big Data, and Analytic Ecosystems at Informatica. He is focused on delivering market leading unified data management platforms and services that help customers take advantage of their greatest assets, data. Bill has been in product management and product marketing for more than 20 years and for the past 10 has been focused on successfully delivering SaaS and Cloud Applications to the market. Prior to joining Informatica, Bill has worked at SnapLogic, GoodData, Oracle, Microsoft, Mindjet, and more. See more of Bill’s experience on LinkedIn.

Cool things of the week


Google Cloud + Chronicle: The security moonshot joins Google Cloud blog


GCP Podcast Episode 135: VirusTotal with Emi Martinez podcast

Introducing Equiano, a subsea cable from Portugal to South Africa blog
Kubernetes 1.15: Extensibility and Continuous Improvement blog
Future of CRDs: Structural Schemas blog
See how your code actually executes with Stackdriver Profiler, now GA blog


Interview


Informatica site
Informatica for GCP site
BigQuery site
Cloud Storage site
Cloud Dataproc site
Intelligent Cloud Services site
Enterprise Data Catalog site
Big Data Management site
Google Analytics site
Pub/Sub site
Google Cloud & Informatica: Accelerate your Data-Driven Digital Transformation webinar
Informatica for Google BigQuery data sheet
Informatica Intelligent Cloud Services for Google BigQuery site


Question of the week

If I want to have my App Engine Application serve any subdomain on my custom domain, how do I do that?

Where can you find us next?

Gabi is done traveling.

Mark Mirch’ is working on Stack Chat.

Mark Mandel is going to Tokyo Next, Open Source in Gaming Day , and the North American Open Source Summit.

Sound Effect Attribution


“small group laugh 6.flac” by tim.kahn of Freesound.org
“Chewing, Carrot, A” by Inspector J of Freesound.org
“Testtone1000hz” by Jobro of Freesound.org
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