1 hr 18 min

175: The Parts, Pieces, and Future of Composable Data Systems, Featuring Wes McKinney, Pedro Pedreira, Chris Riccomini, and Ryan Blue The Data Stack Show

    • Technology

This week on The Data Stack Show, Eric and Kostas chat with a panel of experts as Wes McKinnyey (Cofounder, Voltron), Ryan Blue (Co-Founder and CEO, Tabular), Chris Riccomini (Seed Investor, Various Startups), Pedro Pedreira (Software Engineer, Meta), all share their thoughts around the topic of composable data stacks. During the conversation, the group chats about the importance of open standards and APIs for efficient interoperability in data management systems, the evolution of data workloads, the need for specialization, and the challenges in building composable components. The conversation also covered the significance of an intermediate representation (IR) for decoupling various layers of data systems, the complexities of data types, and the desire for more secure data sharing methods. The panelists explored the evolution of open standards and the trade-offs between composable and monolithic systems, expressing excitement about new data infrastructure projects and technologies, modular execution engines, new query interfaces, standardizing policy decisions across different data management platforms, and more.

This week on The Data Stack Show, Eric and Kostas chat with a panel of experts as Wes McKinnyey (Cofounder, Voltron), Ryan Blue (Co-Founder and CEO, Tabular), Chris Riccomini (Seed Investor, Various Startups), Pedro Pedreira (Software Engineer, Meta), all share their thoughts around the topic of composable data stacks. During the conversation, the group chats about the importance of open standards and APIs for efficient interoperability in data management systems, the evolution of data workloads, the need for specialization, and the challenges in building composable components. The conversation also covered the significance of an intermediate representation (IR) for decoupling various layers of data systems, the complexities of data types, and the desire for more secure data sharing methods. The panelists explored the evolution of open standards and the trade-offs between composable and monolithic systems, expressing excitement about new data infrastructure projects and technologies, modular execution engines, new query interfaces, standardizing policy decisions across different data management platforms, and more.

1 hr 18 min

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