ACCELERATE DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION WITH BIG DATA FABRIC

Paxata

We have reached the tipping point where all businesses recognize they cannot compete in a digital age using analog-era legacy data solutions and architectures. The winners in the next phase of business will be those enterprises that obtain a clear handle on the foundations of modern data management fabric. The modern big data fabric helps enterprise organizations accelerate insights by automating ingestion, curation, discovery, preparation, and integration from data silos. Watch guest speaker Noel Yuhanna from Forrester and Paxata’s Nenshad Bardoliwalla as they discuss: Latest trends, benefits, and use cases of big data fabric Challenges enterprise organizations must overcome. How to deliver faster time-to-value with an. enterprise-grade self-service data preparation solution.
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Biological research today can be summarized in one word – data. Massive quantities of information are generated daily from large and small laboratories, individuals, universities, and commercial organizations. Their findings, along with those of other individuals or groups, are published in multiple papers, across a wide range of scientific journals, over a period of years.

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Deliver Big Data and Databases as-a-Service on Kubernetes

Robin Systems, Inc

You need greater efficiency, agility, scalability, and cost-effectiveness from your IT infrastructure. Legacy storage solutions just aren’t cutting it anymore! What many IT Organizations don’t know is that there are many different solutions available to solve these IT challenges! The one thing that all businesses have in common is that they want and need IT solutions to make their lives easier, more efficient, and more affordable, particularly as digital transformation efforts take center stage. Converged, hyperconverged, composable, and other integrated platforms (collectively, integrated systems) all have the potential to accomplish these goals which can allow the IT organization to focus their efforts more on business outcomes rather than hardware.
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Top 7 Capabilities for Next-Gen Master Data Management

Reltio

This session will discuss how the master data management platforms are evolving to meet needs of digital economy. A modern master data management platform incorporates graph technology, infuses insights from the data using advanced analytics and ML, and offer big data scale performance in the cloud. Join this webinar to learn about these and other critical capabilities that power connected customer experience, compliance, and business alignment.
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Make Big Data Work in the Cloud

waterlinedata.com

Watch Matt Aslett from 451 Research and MakeBigDataWork.org in this 45 minute educational webinar on how to make big data work in the cloud.As companies shift their Big Data to the cloud and hybrid environments, the need for Big Data analytics and a corresponding long-term analytics strategy has become increasingly critical. Heres your opportunity to listen to experienced Big Data practitioners articulate their best practices in building successful, long term analytics architectures.
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Enabling the Third Wave of Analytics: Embedded BI Takes Center Stage

GoodData

Today’s data-savvy companies actively seek ways to enhance their approach to analytics and evolve out of the past. While the first wave of BI involved static, rigid, IT-owned systems, and the second expanded the capabilities to a more business-facing analyst set, the third wave aims to infuse analytical activity into multiple layers of non-technical business roles. As a key strategy to enable this third wave, companies today are exploring an embedded approach that places analytical activity directly in the context of everyday user applications, and the independent software vendors (ISVs) and enterprises providing those applications have taken notice of this trend. Done efficiently, embedded analytics promotes faster deployment and pervasive usage of analytics for end-users while delivering a competitive advantage and the opportunity for new revenue streams for software vendors and enterprises.
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Spotlight

Biological research today can be summarized in one word – data. Massive quantities of information are generated daily from large and small laboratories, individuals, universities, and commercial organizations. Their findings, along with those of other individuals or groups, are published in multiple papers, across a wide range of scientific journals, over a period of years.

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