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What We Learned Building Analytics for Google

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Spaces @ The Battery

800 Battery Avenue, Suite 100 · Atlanta

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We suggest Parking in the Red Lot, it is 4 hours free and a short walk. We are on the 3rd floor.

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Join us for our first GCP Analytics Atlanta Meetup. The agenda and presentation details can be found below. We look forward to talk GCP with you!

6:00 pm: Doors open
6:00 pm - 6:30 pm: Pizza, Drinks and Networking
6:30 pm - 7:15 pm: Stewart Bryson, Presentation
7:15 pm - 8:00 pm - Additional Q&A & Networking


Stewart Bryson, CEO Red Pill Analytics

Stewart is the Owner and Co-founder of Red Pill Analytics, and has been designing and implementing BI systems since 1996. He is an Oracle ACE Director, is an internationally recognized writer and speaker in the Oracle Community. He founded Transcendent Data, Inc. in 2004 to build a consulting practice around his considerable knowledge of best-practices and Oracle BI and DW products. In 2008, he joined Rittman Mead Consulting as the US CEO, and later as the global Chief Innovation Officer. In 2014, along with Kevin McGinley, Stewart founded Red Pill Analytics with the desire to affect a paradigm shift in Oracle BI and DI delivery.


What We Learned Building Analytics for Google

How should we approach analytics when the serverless cloud is the only option? Cloud-native data platforms enable developers to build applications quickly. In this session, learn how Red Pill Analytics stitched together data from across the internet using the Google Cloud Platform to tell a social media story for our client Google. Hear how we used BigQuery, App Engine, PubSub, Cloud Functions, and Data Studio to build a complete marketing analytics platform measuring user engagement from sources including Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Google Analytics, Google+, and AdWords.

What challenges did we face? What decisions did we make? And how did the Google Cloud Platform enable us to deliver all of this in less than three months? We can only show you the door — you must choose to walk through it.


Do you have ideas on what we can discuss at future meetins? We would love to hear from you about topics that you would be interested in. Contact us and share this group with your friends.

We suggest Parking in the Red Lot, it is 4 hours free and a short walk. Join us on the 3rd floor.