Architecting the Next Generation of Data Management Platforms for Enterprises w/ Greg Pavlik at Oracle Cloud Platform (Episode 122) #DataTalk

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In this week’s #DataTalk, we chat with Greg Pavlik, Senior Vice President & Chief Technology Officer, Oracle Cloud Platform, about his work leading teams to develop the next generation of data management platforms for enterprises.

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About Greg Pavlik

Greg Pavlik is senior vice president and chief technology officer for Oracle Cloud Platform. He is responsible for product strategy, the technical roadmap, and solution architecture initiatives. Pavlik’s primary focus is on data integration, big data, event streaming, and data science. His goal is to ensure Oracle has the most capable and performant platform in the market for end-to-end solutions in the cloud.

Before joining Oracle, Pavlik was chief product officer for Hortonworks, where he built out the core product engineering and support functions and helped create the on-premises big data industry from its early stages. Prior to that, Pavlik was vice president for product engineering at Oracle, responsible for integration products in the middleware portfolio. He started his career at Oracle focused on transaction processing and application server technology in 2002.

Pavlik has a BSE in materials science and engineering from the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.

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