TiVo: How to Scale New Products with a Data Lake on AWS and Qubole

Amazon Web Services

Big data technologies can be both complex and involve time consuming manual processes. Organizations that intelligently automate big data operations lower their costs, make their teams more productive, scale more efficiently, and reduce the risk of failure.
In our webinar, representatives from TiVo, creator of a digital recording platform for television content, will explain how they implemented a new big data and analytics platform that dynamically scales in response to changing demand. You’ll learn how the solution enables TiVo to easily orchestrate big data clusters using Amazon Elastic Cloud Compute (Amazon EC2) and Amazon EC2 Spot instances that read data from a data lake on Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) and how this reduces the development cost and effort needed to support its network and advertiser users. TiVo will share lessons learned and best practices for quickly and affordably ingesting, processing, and making available for analysis terabytes of streaming and batch viewership data from millions of households.
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In August 2022, the California Office of the Attorney General announced a $1.2 million settlement with international cosmetic retailer Sephora for violations of the California Consumer Privacy Act. Following this announcement came a wave of questions about the regulator’s emphasis on the broad interpretation of the CCPA’s “sale of data” and adoption of the Global Privacy Control.

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In August 2022, the California Office of the Attorney General announced a $1.2 million settlement with international cosmetic retailer Sephora for violations of the California Consumer Privacy Act. Following this announcement came a wave of questions about the regulator’s emphasis on the broad interpretation of the CCPA’s “sale of data” and adoption of the Global Privacy Control.

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