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Last week I had the pleasure of joining Database Trends and Application’s webinar on overcoming Big Data integration challenges. Moderator Stephen Faig, Business Development Manager at Unisphere Research and DBTA, did a great job leading the discussion, as John Rogers, President at Syncsort Data Integration, Lawrence Schwartz, VP of Marketing at Attunity and I discussed best practices for how to equip your team with the know-how they need to conquer data complexity and performance issues.
The group consensus was that when it comes to Big Data, business goals and processes need to be set before implementing any solutions. Curious about how the rest of the discussion went? Check out a stream of live tweets we captured at the show below. Ask us at @DataDirect_News if you have any other questions!
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