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    Scaling Data Governance For Global Businesses With A Data Hub Architecture
    2020-03-09 (duration 54m)
    [from description] ...ributed organization requires a well considered and coherent strategy. In this episode Tim Ward describes an architecture that he has used successfully with multiple organizations to scale co...
    [from itunes:summary] ...ributed organization requires a well considered and coherent strategy. In this episode Tim Ward describes an architecture that he has used successfully with multiple organizations to scale co...
    [from content:encoded] ...ributed organization requires a well considered and coherent strategy. In this episode Tim Ward describes an architecture that he has used successfully with multiple organizations to scale co...
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    01:35 Sure. My name is Tim ward. And I have had the pleasure of being on this podcast before. But my background is mainly in software engineering. And over the last six years, I've been focusing more in data engineering. So combined, that's about 14 years of working in the software space. I am based out of Copenhagen, Denmark. I have my weifare I have a little boy called Finn, I have a dog that looks like Chewbacca that called Seymour. So for those fans of Futurama, you'll know where the the reference for that dog is. And it looks exactly like see more out of the Futurama episodes. So that's me. 00:10 Hello, and welcome to the data engineering podcast the show about modern data management. When you're ready to build your next pipeline or want to test out the project to hear about on the show, you'll need some more to deploy it. So check out our friends over at linode. With 200 gigabit private networking, scalable shared block storage, a 40 gigabit public network fast object storage and a brand new managed Kubernetes platform you get everything you need to run a fast, reliable and bulletproof data platform. And for your machine learning workloads. They've got dedicated CPU and GPU instances, go to data engineering podcast.com slash linode today to get a $20 credit and launch a new server in under a minute. And don't forget to thank them for their continued support of this show. And you listen to this show to learn and stay up to date with what's happening in databases, streaming platforms, big data and everything else you need to know about modern data management. For even more opportunities to meet listen and learn from your peers. You don't want to miss out on this year's conference season. We have partnered with organizations such as O'Reilly Media, cranium global intelligence od sc into data Council. Upcoming events include strata data in San Jose and pi con us in Pittsburgh. Go to data engineering podcast.com slash conferences, to learn more about these and other events and to take advantage of our partner discounts to save money when you register today, your host is Tobias Macey. And today I'm interviewing Tim Ward about using an architectural pattern called Data hubs that allows for scaling data management across global businesses. So Tim, can you start by introducing yourself?
     
    Simplifying Data Integration Through Eventual Connectivity
    2019-07-29 (duration 53m)
    [from description] ...it may be time to identify new ways to tame the deluge of information. In this episode Tim Ward, CEO of CluedIn, explains the idea of eventual connectivity as a new paradigm for data integrat...
    [from itunes:summary] ...it may be time to identify new ways to tame the deluge of information. In this episode Tim Ward, CEO of CluedIn, explains the idea of eventual connectivity as a new paradigm for data integrat...
    [from content:encoded] ...it may be time to identify new ways to tame the deluge of information. In this episode Tim Ward, CEO of CluedIn, explains the idea of eventual connectivity as a new paradigm for data integrat...
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    00:12 Hello, and welcome to the data engineering podcast the show about modern data management. When you're ready to build your next pipeline, I want to test out the project to hear about on the show, you'll need somewhere to deploy it. So check out our friends over at the node. With 200 gigabit private networking, scalable shared block storage in the 40 gigabit public network, you've got everything you need to run a fast, reliable and bulletproof data platform. If you need global distribution, they've got that covered too with worldwide data centers, including new ones in Toronto and Mumbai. And for your machine learning workloads, they just announced dedicated CPU instances, go to data engineering podcast.com slash node that's LINODE today to get a $20 credit and launch a new server in under a minute. And don't forget to thank them for their continued support of this show. And to grow your professional network and find opportunities within startups that are changing the world than Angel list is the place to go go to data engineering podcast.com slash angel to sign up today. And you listen to this show to learn and stay up to date with what's happening in databases, streaming platforms, big data and everything else you need to know about modern data management. For even more opportunities to meet listen and learn from your peers you don't want to miss out on this year's conference season. We have partnered with organizations such as O'Reilly Media Day diversity and the Open Data Science Conference with upcoming events including the O'Reilly AI conference, the strata data conference, and the combined events of the data architecture summit and graph forum. Go to data engineering podcast.com slash conferences to learn more and to take advantage of our partner discounts when you register and go to the site. Its data engineering podcast.com to subscribe to the show, sign up for the mailing list, read the show notes and get in touch and to help other people find the show. Please leave a review on iTunes and tell your friends and coworkers your host is Tobias Macey. And today I'm interviewing Tim Ward about his thoughts on eventual connectivity is a new pattern to replace traditionally to and just as a full disclosure, Tim is the CEO of clued in who is a sponsor of the podcast. So Tim, can you just start by introducing yourself?
     
    Building An Enterprise Data Fabric At CluedIn
    2019-03-25 (duration 57m)
    [from description] ...a business aimed at building a managed data fabric for the enterprise. In this episode Tim Ward, CEO of CluedIn, joins me to explain how their platform is architected, how they manage the tas...
    [from itunes:summary] ...a business aimed at building a managed data fabric for the enterprise. In this episode Tim Ward, CEO of CluedIn, joins me to explain how their platform is architected, how they manage the tas...
    [from content:encoded] ...a business aimed at building a managed data fabric for the enterprise. In this episode Tim Ward, CEO of CluedIn, joins me to explain how their platform is architected, how they manage the tas...
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    02:48 Yeah, sure. I'm first of all, thanks for having me on Tobias. Yeah, my name is Tim ward. I've been working in the software engineering space for around the last 1213 years and mainly focusing on the kind of enterprise space myself, I'm based out of Copenhagen, Denmark, and I have a little boy and a little dog that looks like and he walk and and my wife all live in, in small, little Copenhagen. 00:11 Hello, and welcome to the data engineering podcast the show about modern data management. When you're ready to build your next pipeline or want to test out the project to hear about on the show, you'll need somewhere to deploy it. So check out our friends at Lynn ODE. With 200 gigabit private networking, scalable shared block storage and 40 gigabit public network, you'll get everything you need to run a fast, reliable and bulletproof data platform. And if you need global distribution, they've got that coverage to the worldwide data centers, including new ones in Toronto and Mumbai. And for your machine learning workloads, they just announced dedicated CPU instances to ensure that you get the performance that you need, go to data engineering podcast.com slash lindo, that's LI and OD today to get a $20 credit and launch a new server and under a minute, and don't forget to thank them for their continued support of the show. Managing and auditing access to all those servers and databases that you're running is a problem that grows and difficulty alongside the growth of your teams. If you're tired of wasting your time, cobbling together scripts, and workarounds to give your developers data scientists and managers the permissions that they need, then it's time to talk to our friends at strong VM. They've built an easy to use platform that lets you leverage your company's single sign on for your data. Go to data engineering podcast.com slash strong DM today to find out how you can simplify your systems. And Alexia was an open source distributed data orchestration layer that makes it easier to scale your compute and your storage independently. By transparently pulling data from underlying silos. Alexia unlocks the value of your data and allows for modern computation intensive workloads to become truly elastic and flexible for the cloud. With Alexia companies like Barclays, JD calm Tencent, and two sigma can manage data efficiently accelerate business analytics and ease the adoption of any cloud. Go to data engineering podcast.com slash Alexia today to learn more and thank them for their support. New listen to this show to learn and stay up to date with what's happening in databases, streaming platforms, big data, and everything else you need to know about modern data management. For even more opportunities to meet, listen and learn from your peers you don't want to miss out on this year's conference season. We have partnered with organizations such as O'Reilly Media Day diversity and the Open Data Science Conference. Go to data engineering podcast.com slash conferences to learn more and take advantage of our partner discounts when you register and help other people find the show, please leave a review on iTunes and tell your friends and coworkers your host is Tobias Macey. And today I'm interviewing Tim Ward about clued in an integration platform for implementing your company's Data Fabric. So Tim, could you start by introducing yourself?
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    BZT056: Cyborg
    2019-07-03 (duration 2h12m)
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    38:20 wir wollen keine fred schuh sein die so so abgefeiert wurden,
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    Zuhören, jetzt kommt Kunst!
    2019-04-02 (duration 1h38m)
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    1:31:04 und dann sagt Fred and make it higher so dass er halt dann hochkommt und damit sie dann automatisch die Erdkrümmung überwinden und dann siehst du auf einmal den Laserpointer und das letzte Wort was man immer in dieser du guckst anhört ist halt auch setz interesting und dann ist die dunkel zu ende
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    Post-climax assistance, entrapment, training to be better, unusual masturbation apparatus
    2019-02-19 (duration 57m)
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    12:14 what's it like in a surgical ward or something? We're like the front half. The top half of the woman's body is concealed. All you see is her legs and her vagina. Right? So there's, like, sort of a drape there. Imagine like you don't know what she looks like. And so then, like, I think that in that situation like the man, because you're not seeing a bunch of cues like her breasts or face. So on so forth, that would add your arousal. You're not sure whether you're excited or not by her. She might be ugly. She might be unattractive to you. So on and so forth, you might be older than you like. Ah, And I think in that situation, like, it might be hard.
     
    The future of porn, talking to women in bars, vibrator value to men, thinking of other people during sex.
    2018-05-17 (duration 1h7m)
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    02:23 I don't know what you're talking about. Okay, so, red, it is going through, like, this huge redesign and ah, I use incognito mode a lot too, sir. Fred, it, um I know you don't lie if because, like, when I go to weird sub read, it's I don't want it to be in my browser history. Can you give me, like, three examples?
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    CRE217 Mythos 68er
    2018-02-13 (duration 2h26m)
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    2:00:38 Sozialismus auch mit briante selber nichts zu tun haben uns Fred schwebte eine freie Gesellschaft für Arbeit eine Gesellschaft in der nicht das Geld das ist was zählt,
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    FG047 Wüstenforschung
    2017-07-20 (duration 2h1m)
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    29:59 Und dann kamen wir nach Kairo zurück ins deutsch archäologische Institut. Trafen dort damals den Fred Wendorf, das war damals eben der führende US-amerikanische Prähistoriker. Und der erzählte mir, der kam jetzt gerade aus Dallas und sagte, er hätte den Film schon gesehen und hat eben davon erzählt. Und dann bin ich also zurückgeflogen, wir saßen da schön abends und haben darüber gesprochen und dann kam ich zurück nach Berlin damals, und bin, bevor ich überhaupt nach Hause fuhr, sofort da in der Kantstraße in das Kino gegangen und habe mir den Film angeguckt, der lief da schon 20 Minuten, ich war zu spät, also noch mit meinen ganzen Klamotten und meinem Gepäck, was ich dann irgendwo da abgestellt hatte. Guckte den Film an und dachte, es war so frisch, also ich kam von dem wahren Drehort. Die haben natürlich das nicht dort gedreht. Der Film ist in Tunesien, in Pappmaschehöhlen zum Beispiel gedreht worden, im Studio in Hollywood, aber nie irgendwo an den Originalschauplätzen, die ja extrem schwer zugänglich sind.
     
    FG029 Meeresforschung und Tiefsee
    2016-05-17 (duration 1h27m)
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    19:59 Ja das ist ganz interessant. Also dieses Tiefseeprojekt oder sagen wir dieser Census of marine life wurde eigentlich von einem Tiefseebiologen initiiert. Das war Fred Grassle, Fred Grassle sitzt an der Rutgers-Universität in den Vereinigten Staaten und der hatte halt Kontakt zur Sloan Foundation und hat mit Jesse Ausubel irgendwann darüber gesprochen, dass eben genau dieses Problem, dass die größten Flächen unseres Planeten im Meer sind, dieses auch genau eigentlich die Regionen sind im Meer, die so gut wie unbekannt sind oder wir dort nur relativ wenig Wissen haben. Wir aber, und die Sloan Foundation in den vergangenen Dekaden immer ganz große Forschungsprojekte außerhalb der Biologie finanziert hat, aber irgendwie wir unseren eigenen Planeten gar nicht richtig kennen. Und aus dieser Situation heraus hat sich dann irgendwann diese Idee kristallisiert, mal eine Volkszählung der Meere zu machen.
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