Jabari Norton was Senior Director, Strategic Alliances at MapR , where he was responsible for Worldwide Strategic Alliance Partners. Jabari has over 20 years of experience in enterprise software and was previously VP of North America Sales at ScanSafe (now Cisco), Head of Mid-Market Sales at Qualys (NASDQ:QLYS), and Global Account Manager at Postini (now Google). Jabari holds a BS in Managerial Economics from University of California, Davis. When not working at MapR, Jabari likes to likes to golf, ski, and spend time with close friends and family.
Today, a significant number of our customers are deploying the MapR Big Data platform in the cloud. This is not only true for development and test use cases, but also for many more production ones, especially those in the Internet of Everything (IoE) space.
For the past several years, organizations have been struggling to figure out how to deal with all of the new data that is streaming in all around them. From smartphones to production line sensors, everything is generating data.
A recent study published by Accenture and General Electric revealed that 87% of enterprises believe big data analytics will redefine the competitive landscape of their industries within the next three years. As big data analytics moves into the mainstream, we will see an increase in data-driven innovation across all major industries. So how do you identify the right analytics use cases for your business, and how do you get them deployed quickly?
MapR was proud to participate in the Developer Sandbox at Google I/O, Google’s exclusive annual developer conference held in San Francisco last week. The conference featured speakers from various industries as well as code labs and developer demos.
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