We’re delighted to announce that we will be at the AWS Summit in Berlin on Thursday 18th May, showcasing Matillion ETL for Amazon Redshift.
For those of you attending, we look forward to meeting you there! You can join us at our Booth in the Expo Hall or alternatively you can attend a session we’re involved in, presented by Matillion ETL for Amazon Redshift user, Siemens AG.
AWS Summit Berlin
The AWS Summit in Berlin is a free, one-day event aimed at educating both new customers and existing users of the AWS Cloud platform. There are a number of keynotes, breakout sessions, activities and networking opportunities throughout the day, covering a whole range of topics.
Check out this video of last year’s event for a taste of what to expect:
To find out more about the event and how you can register, click here.
Join us there!
As a Marketplace sponsor, we have a booth in the Expo Hall where you can visit us to find out more about Matillion ETL for Amazon Redshift and the benefits it can bring to your business.
We’re also delighted to have a customer of ours presenting a session at the Berlin Summit. Join Dr. Kevin Brechtel from the Siemens innovation team for ‘Solving business challenge with innovative AWS architecture and third-party software’.
Join the innovation team from Siemens to learn how they use AWS & AWS Marketplace to create innovative architectures for key business challenges. Learn how Siemens deployed Matillion to deliver an ETL/ELT competence center to business analysts whilst exposing the Redshift data warehouse platform to cross-functional business units including engineering, procurement, sales, quality management, and exec management with intuitive visualisations from Tableau.
This is the last session of the day on Digitization Track 2, beginning at 4:55pm. We’d love to see you there, and if you have any questions after the session, you’ll be able to find us at our booth where our team of experts will be on hand to help.
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