Ask the Expert Webinar Series

How Can SAS® Workload Management Optimize My Cloud Resources by Bringing SAS® Grid Manager Functionality to SAS® Viya®?

On-Demand • Cost: Complimentary

About the webinar

Join this webinar to learn how to get the most out of your cloud infrastructure spending while ensuring the best experience across your entire analytics platform.

We’ll show you how to extend the power of Kubernetes by optimizing and prioritizing SAS workloads within a Kubernetes cluster.

We’ll also discuss how SAS Workload Manager compares to SAS Grid Manager.

You will learn:

  • How to optimize the use of cloud resources provisioned to support SAS Viya jobs.
  • The Viya replacement technology for SAS Grid Manager on SAS®9.
  • How to extend Kubernetes with advanced features like queueing, prioritization, resource management and preemption.

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About the Expert

Joe Hatcher
Principal Product Manager, SAS

Joe has spent his career primarily in roles associated with enterprise system management and is now focused on the SAS platform. Joe works closely with the IT industry to adapt the best ideas from traditional IT infrastructures to cloud and hosted infrastructures.

Edoardo Riva
Principal Technical Architect, SAS

Edoardo Riva has more than 20 years of experience enabling clients, partners, and colleagues in the areas of SAS architecture and deployment. He has co-authored and delivered workshops globally on everything new and at the forefront of SAS technology including SAS Grid Manager, High-Performance Analytics, In-database Processing, and, more recently, SAS Viya and SAS Workload Management. From OpenVMS to Microsoft Azure, he has experienced almost every platform where SAS can run, on-prem or in the cloud.