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Effective Cost Management for Azure Databricks


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Sponsored by unravel

Tuesday, April 28, 2020
1pm ET

Azure Databricks has become very popular as a computing framework for big data.  However, customers are finding unexpected costs eating into their cloud budget. Furthermore, lack of visibility to root cause and general inefficiency is costing organizations thousands, if not millions in operating their Azure Databricks environment.

Join Unravel to discuss top 5 cost management techniques in Azure Databricks and new features to effectively help manage costs on Azure Databricks, including:

  • Cost analytics to provide assurance and forecasting for optimizing databricks workloads as they scale.
  • Accurate, detailed chargeback reporting of the cost of running data apps on Azure Databricks.
Scott Sumner
Director of Solutions Engineering - Unravel Data
Scott Sumner is Director of Solutions Engineering at Unravel Data, where he works with top customers to resolve their data operations issues. By applying best practices honed from cloud architectural challenges in an ever-evolving data landscape, Scott has guided efficient data operations wherever possible.
Jason Baick
Senior Director of Product Marketing - Unravel Data
Jason Baick is Unravel's Senior Director of Cloud Platform Solutions responsible for product and partner marketing. Jason has extensive experience in both sales and marketing in the cloud/big data/machine learning space. Prior to Unravel, Jason held leadership positions at Cloudera and Microsoft.

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