Alpha Big Data Roundtable

27 Aug

We are hosting an upcoming Alpha Dinner at 25 Lusk in San Francisco on September 4th on the topic of big data and the cloud. Several members of the AWS team will be also there to discuss how best to leverage their platform and partner with them.

 

What:   Alpha Big Data and Cloud Roundtable Dinner with 14 CEOs and AWS team

When:  Tuesday, September 4th; Cocktails: 6PM, Dinner 7PM

Where: 25 Lusk, San Francisco 

 

Name Company Role

1

Adam Gray AWS Product Manager

2

Amy Chang Google Global Head of Product, Google Analytics

3

Anthony Goldbloom Kaggle Founder & CEO

4

Bassel Ojjeh nPario CEO

5

Billy Bosworth DataStax CEO

6

Bob Van Nortwick AWS Venture Capital BD Manager

7

Brian Gentile JasperSoft Chairman & CEO

8

Charlie Oppenheimer Loggly CEO

9

Christophe Bisciglia WibiData CEO

10

Eric Chin Crosslink General Partner

11

Eric Jonas PriorKnowledge CEO

12

Hardeep Bindra Ad Brite CEO

13

Igor Perisic LinkedIn Senior Director of Engineering

14

John Akred Accenture Labs Data R&D

15

Mark Johnson Zite CEO

16

Mike Jung FCC Partner

17

Mike Marquez Code Advisors Founding Partner

18

Mike Olson Cloudera CEO

19

Nick Mehta Accel Partners EIR

20

Nikita Ivanov GridGain CEO

21

Phil Korn Square1 Managing Director

22

Quentin Gallivan Pentaho CEO

23

Ricardo Garcia EverySignal Co-Founder

24

Ryan Lange EdgeSpring Founder

25

Salil Deshpande Bay Partners General Partner

26

Sam Bhaumik Square1 Head of Bay Area

27

Simone Brunozzi AWS Technical Evangelist

28

Stephanie Palmeri SoftTechVC Senior Associate
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