Major League Baseball migrates to Google Cloud to develop a unified data plane across its complex operations to drive fan engagement and increase operational efficiency.
Just so everybody knows (we have a global audience), Major League Baseball, which is North America’s oldest and most-attended professional sports league, consists of 30 member teams in the United States and Canada. It is America’s “Past time” and almost everyone loves baseball. So check this out:
“The fundamental goal is fan engagement—to bring baseball to millions of fans and introduce new technology that allows for personalized recommendations and a social viewing experience, where when something happens on the field and you get excited about it, you can share it with other fans. These are the things that really motivate us and Google Cloud has been a great partner in building products that embody those values.” —Jason Gaedtke, CTO (former), MLB
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