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.
As part of its platform, GoodData provides a fault-tolerant, high performance and scalable system for data integration. While built for large-scale analytic applications, it is a metadata-driven, modular system that can start small and grow with your business. In this session, Cameron demonstrates how to set up and schedule regular data extraction from SQL databases and other sources. He also covers some of the issues requiring attention in data extraction such as data merging and incremental loads. A future session will cover transformations and data enrichment along with data distribution.
As reported in Forbes last year, 73% of companies are planning to move to a fully software-defined data center within two years. A software-defined data center is based on a virtualized environment of compute, storage, networking and security in conjunction with policy-based management and automation. The evolution from a traditional data center architecture to one that is software-defined can take months if not years but can yield immense benefits for the business. Join us for a discussion on the progress toward the fully software-defined data center, including benefits of infrastructure as code and overcoming challenges associated with traditional workflows.
Businesses succeed when they can extract more contextual, relevant, and predictive insights from ERP data in real time.
ERP analytics can deliver more powerful data-driven insights if deployed in a cloud-based platform. The scalability of cloud-based data repositories—such as data lakes and data warehouses—can allow more users to concurrently query, explore, correlate, analyze, and visualize more ERP data more rapidly than would be possible on many on-premises analytics platforms.