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Detect and predict anomalies by automating machine learning to achieve higher asset uptime and maximized yield
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Connect to any cloud or on-premises data source using a standard interface
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Join the world’s leading connectivity experts in Boston or Silicon Valley and hear the latest trends in data connectivity, ingestion and experiences.
Cloud, platform, application—no matter what the source is, we are obsessed with capturing all of your data. At the Afternoon of Analytics for ISVs 2016, you will be able to learn about the latest data connectivity trends spanning big data to analytics. You will meet the technical committee members who represent the leading industry standards for analytics from SQL to OData.
To sum it all up, here are the top four reasons you should attend the Afternoon of Analytics for ISVs 2016:
You should consider attending if you are in any of these roles:
Presenter: Mike Johnson (Senior Director of Engineering, Progress)
The Big Data ecosystem is disrupting things for the good and not so good. Learn how we deal with this from a connectivity perspective to get insights about the ecosystem, including the latest commercial and open source projects we’re tracking.
Presenters: Brody Messmer (Software Engineer, Progress), Phil Prudich (Senior Software Engineer, Progress)
Adoption of databases like MongoDB and Cassandra is growing and disrupting existing business intelligence (BI), analytics and data integration infrastructures. Learn more about the new Cassandra and MongoDB BI Connector options and how they provide SQL access to the complex data structures within these NoSQL databases.
Presenter: Sumit Sarkar (Chief Data Evangelist, Progress)
The CMO will overtake the CIO in technology spend by 2017. We’re entering a new era of IT and sales/marketing collaboration. Learn about the latest methods for accessing data for deeper analytics from sales and marketing cloud applications across Eloqua, Marketo, Google Analytics, Salesforce and more.
Presenter: Guarav Verma (Senior Product Marketing Manager, Progress)
Learn from real-life applications for embedded product analytics from Progress. In today’s data driven world, how can you leverage analytics to know your audience, improve their experience, focus on your loyal users to drive more revenue, and optimize your engineering effort to accelerate your business results? Know what the future of Telerik Analytics is like and be a part of it.
We are hosting the Afternoon of Analytics in Boston MA and Silicon Valley California. Anyone can register for the Afternoon of Analytics sessions below. We hope to see you there!
June 2, 2016 – Boston, MA
June 9, 2016 – Silicon Valley California
We also have invite only morning sessions where we will go into more detail regarding “Hybrid Data Pipeline,” and our 2016-17 roadmap. Contact your account manager if you are interested, space is limited.
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