Brianna White

Staff member
Jul 30, 2019
Pepperdata, a provider of tools that optimize IT infrastructure for computation, has seen a lot of trends come and go over the years. Now organizations are using the company’s tools to optimize infrastructure to process AI models.
VentureBeat caught up with Pepperdata CEO Ash Munshi to gain a deeper appreciation for IT issues, such as data management, that are holding back the rate at which enterprise IT departments can meaningfully implement AI. But he also pointed out that a lot of companies struggling with AI might be fighting the wrong battle for their business needs.
VentureBeat: What’s the trouble with data management in the enterprise today?
Ash Munshi: When we had just classic databases, data warehouses, and stuff like data was managed sort of centrally, people had a very well-defined view of what was going on. It was very narrow in scope. That definition has been blown to smithereens. It’s like everything is enterprise data. It’s just ballooned.
People have recognized data is important. That’s a good thing. More data is better, but what do you do with it? People don’t really know this.
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