Big data. Everyone is running a big data pilot, from Oracle to Microsoft to IBM shops. But what does “big data” really mean? As new options to store, query and access your information become available at a fast pace, it is essential to understand the enterprise data landscape and what it means to you.
In this upcoming webinar you’re invited to participate in a conversation with our guest presenter, Mark Rittman, CTO of Rittman Mead, as he shares his own experiences when working with companies. He will explore current solutions, including the increasingly popular open source technologies from Hadoop to Spark, and how big data fits into today’s data warehouse world. In addition, Mark will identify options to integrate big data platforms into your current systems as well as explore traditional extract, transform load (ETL) methodologies and advantages of using these sources for real-time access.
Whether your organization is already using a big data platform or considering one, you’ll want to attend this webinar to get fresh insights and a real-world, vendor-neutral view of the current data landscape—all designed to help you leverage your existing relational databases (RDBMS) while understanding the advantages of today’s newest approaches.
During this webinar, you’ll explore:
Webinar title: Big Data in a Warehouse World: A Vendor Neutral View
Date: Nov 12, 2015
Time: 2:00 p.m. ET
Presenters: Mark Rittman, CTO and co-founder of Rittman Mead
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