Data Mesh Applied to Large Complex Applications

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Speaker

Nandakumar Heble

Data Architect @UBS, Previously @Barclays, Over 25+ Years of Experience

Data Architect with many years of experience architecting and designing data applications in multiple domains. I have been involved in architecting and building next generation data warehouses and operational data applications on Hadoop and the cloud. More recently, I headed the data architecture and governance practice in UBS – Investment Banking. I am now involved in the ambitious initiative of building a Data Mesh in UBS.

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Date

Wednesday Apr 10 / 03:55PM BST ( 50 minutes )

Location

Fleming (3rd Fl.)

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