RudderStack: Open Source Customer Data Infrastructure with Soumyadeb Mitra

Customer data infrastructure is a type of tool for saving analytics and information about your customers. The company that is best known in this category is Segment, a very popular API company. This customer data is used for making all kinds of decisions around product roadmap, pricing, and design.

RudderStack is a company built around open source customer data infrastructure. RudderStack can be self-hosted, allowing users to deploy it to their own servers and manage their data however they please. Soumyadeb Mitra is the creator of RudderStack, and he joins the show to talk about the space of customer data infrastructure, and his own company.

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