Cloudera’s Shaun Bierweiler: Enterprise Data Cloud Can Play a Role in Agency Insight Generation

Shaun Bierweiler, vice president and general manager of the public sector business at Cloudera, has said public sector agencies could extract insights by using an open-source enterprise data cloud platform that is built on emerging technology such as machine learning and artificial intelligence.

In a LinkedIn post published Wednesday, Bierweiler wrote that such a cloud technology will allow agencies to manage data at any stage of an information technology modernization project and even if they operate multiple data centers.

"Enterprise data cloud utilizes cutting-edge AI and ML applications to make the most of agency data with actionable intelligence by processing and streaming real-time data from multiple endpoints at the edge while predicting key outcomes and solving pressing data challenges," he noted.

Bierweiler added that open-source cloud works to facilitate multifunction analytics and prevents customers from locked in to a single vendor, as well as helps users maintain data privacy and security.

He said the platform allows an organization to secure information "regardless of their deployment preference and infrastructure provider."

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