We’re packing up our bags and heading to New York next week for the annual Strata Conference + Hadoop World event! The conference will bring some of the most influential decision makers, architects, developers and analysts together to talk big data, enterprise data, data science and more, and we’re thrilled to be part of the discussion.
Today’s data environment features a variety of business intelligence applications trying to connect with a variety of data sources – all with different APIs and designs. Members of our Progress DataDirect team will be staffing booth 310 at the conference, to demonstrate how we can help you solve your big data integration challenges.
We’ll be on-site to help you figure out how you can:
In order be successful with big data, it is essential to understand what data is available and how to extract insights from it – using SQL-based tools. With SQL-based connectivity, Progress DataDirect treats every data source as a relational database, dramatically simplifying data connectivity and delivering high-performance, reliable and scalable real-time data access.
Don’t forget to stop by our booth to learn more about how DataDirect can support your Hadoop distributions and help you connect to Apache Hive. We’ll also be live tweeting from the exhibition floor @DataDirect_News! See you there!
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