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Keith Renison
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Senior Product Marketing Manager

Keith Renison is Senior Product Marketing Manager for cloud technologies at SAS. His background includes a variety of technical areas including data management, enterprise architecture, Hadoop, sustainability, profitability modeling, and visual analytics. Previous roles include program management, sales enablement, and technical support/delivery. Prior to joining SAS, Keith was a systems and database administrator in the telecommunications industry, and holds a bachelor's degree in Business Management and Organizational Leadership from George Fox University. Keith is a creative thinker, has a passion for precision, and a healthy respect for the power of words.

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Coming soon: Your SAS software, continuously updated

If you're my kids, the term, “continuous integration,” might have you thinking about how much time you’ve spent lately with the family, and “continuous delivery” is what's been happening on the front porch the past few weeks. But to a software developer, these terms mean something entirely different. Combined and

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Are you ready for true cloud native computing? Meet SAS Viya 4

It’s official: NASA no longer builds spaceships. They’ve outsourced that task. According to NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine, "We're going with commercial partners. NASA is not purchasing, owning and operating the hardware. We're buying the service." Why? Because NASA needs to focus on exploring space, not building the transportation to get

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What can a skateboarder teach you about Hadoop?

Have you ever wondered how extracting value from big data might be like skateboarding?  Really, it never crossed your mind? Actually, to be honest I had never considered it either, not even one little bit.  At least, not until I watched a skateboarding legend explain, “The Art of Good Practice”