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Jeremiah Morrow

Jeremiah Morrow

Senior Product Marketing Manager – Partner Ecosystem

Jeremiah is responsible for marketing initiatives involving Vertica’s channel and technology partners. He has worked in sales, marketing, and analyst relations for technology companies ranging from infrastructure to software, and he is passionate about building a strong and collaborative ecosystem to drive value for customers, partners, and Vertica.

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Fill the Gaps on Your Team with BDC Sponsors

Jeff Healey’s got me thinking about analytics in sports. When I was in graduate school, I attended a sports analytics conference sponsored by MIT. As you may know, Major League Baseball has compiled dozens of statistics over the years, and at that time was adding new ones that had never been tracked before. Analytics had...
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Vertica Partners Are the Key to Your Success at BDC 2020

There are a lot of reasons to be excited about the Vertica Big Data Conference 2020. One of my favorite parts of the event will be introducing our partner ecosystem to our customers! As Vertica’s partner marketing manager, one of my guiding principles is that innovation doesn’t happen in a silo.
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Datadog Announces Integration with Vertica to Monitor Performance and Availability

Datadog helps customers ensure high performance and availability of their applications by providing visibility into the full application stack: infrastructure, middleware, and applications. They have achieved this by building a robust set of turn-key integrations that include SaaS and Cloud solutions, automation tools, databases and server components, and many more. Now, they have announced integration...

Introducing an Industry First – Vertica in Eon Mode for Pure Storage

This week at the Pure Accelerate conference, Vertica and Pure Storage of Vertica in Eon Mode for Pure Storage, the industry’s first and only analytical database solution with a separation of compute and storage architecture for on-premises analytic workloads. Why is this important to you? The rush to migrate analytic workloads to the cloud was,...