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[live webinar] - Get Data Science as a Service in Minutes with Zepl
Join our interactive webinar to learn how Zepl, ML and AI are being used to solve real-world problems.

From the creators of Apache Zeppelin – with more than 500,000 downloads and 10,000,000 notebooks – Zepl's scalable enterprise data science platform will transform your team by increasing efficiency and reducing overhead. Deliver rapid results faster than ever before.

See how Zepl is revolutionizing data science teams:

• Collaborate across your team in real-time
• Build, tune and deploy models faster
• Share and manage your team’s notebooks using fine-grained access controls
• Analyze and share your results using embedded rich visualizations
• Easily manage data and compute resources for your entire team
• Get enterprise features for your Zeppelin and Jupyter notebooks
• Connect to your data warehouse instantly, and start exploring your data in minutes
• Support for data warehouses including Snowflake, Spark, Redshift, S3 and more

Ken Ibrahim, Zepl's Solutions Architect, will be available to answer your questions live.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Sep 26, 2019 11:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Ken Ibrahim
Solutions Architect @Zepl
Ken is a Solutions Architect at Zepl where he helps both established and potential customers understand and realize the full value of the platform. Ken studied computer engineering at Santa Clara University after which he spent 6 years in Japan working in various development roles including database-related app development for Apple Macintosh computers and Unix-based software tools for games teams at SEGA. He then acted as a Sales Engineer at Silicon Graphics doing product demos, client training and support for various 3D animation packages. Since returning to the US he worked for many years in a technical capacity in VFX for film, from Shrek to Star Wars. He also developed web backend and augmented reality (AR) apps as well as joined archaeological teams doing close range scanning of ancient structures in Luxor and Chichen Itza for academia. He enjoys studying foreign languages and is a hobbyist musician.