Kensu forms Product Advisory Council

Kensu, the Data Observability company, has introduced a Product Advisory Council comprised of experienced data leaders to support the company’s mission to provide Data Observability at the source through strategic guidance, enriching the Kensu product with insights from market needs.

  • 8 months ago Posted in

As data availability soars, data reliability has taken center stage, with companies struggling to keep up alongside scaling data usage. To better understand specific market needs and identify new product opportunities, integrations, and partnerships, Kensu has assembled a council spanning the Americas and the EMEA regions and composed of thought leaders and practitioners in the data space. 


Chaired by Kensu Chief Executive Officer, Eleanor Treharne-Jones, the council brings a vast set of business and technology acumen that will prove exceptionally valuable as Kensu aims to expand their Data Observability offerings. 


Speaking ahead of the Council’s meeting, Eleanor stated: “2023 is the year data observability is being adopted as a mainstream solution to the long-standing problems of data trust and reliability. I am excited to work with this visionary group of data leaders to continue to develop the Kensu solution and set the standard for data observability in the market.“


Veena Nayak, VP of Data Strategy and Solutions at the University of Phoenix, said “I am excited to join the advisory council at Kensu and am hoping to share my varied experience in building customer centric data products and delivering on business value, and in turn learning from their unique journey of growth in the space of data observability.”


Members of the Kensu Product Advisory Council named today:


•         Kishore Aradhya, Senior Director of Data Engineering & Advanced Analytics, Stanley Black & Decker, Inc. 

•         Zhamak Dehghani, CEO and Founder, Nextdata; Founder, Data Mesh

•         Mike Ferguson, Conference Chairman, Big Data London and leading industry analyst

•         Douglas Laney, Innovation Fellow, Data & Analytics Strategy, West Monroe

•         Steve Muskopf, Director of Data and Advanced Analytics, IGS Energy

•         Veena Nayak, VP of Data Strategy and Solutions, University of Phoenix

•         Adi Polak, VP of DevEx, Treeverse; Author, Machine Learning with Apache Spark

•         Joe Reis, CEO, Ternary Data; Co-Author, Fundamentals of Data Engineering

•         Chris Tabb, Co-Founder and Chief Commercial Officer, LEIT DATA

•         Wendy Turner-Williams, Former Chief Data Officer, Tableau; Adjunct Faculty, Carnegie Mellon

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