The results are in! Over the summer of 2021, Odaseva and Forrester collaborated on a survey studying how CRM professionals in large enterprises feel about their ability to manage data, the challenges they are facing, and the emerging trends impacting their success. The responses were eye-opening.
Fanatics, a popular sports apparel website and fan gear merchandiser, needed to ingest terabytes of data from multiple historical and streaming sources transactional, e-commerce, and back-office systems to a data lake on Amazon S3. Once ingested, the data would be analyzed to better identify, predict, and fulfill customer needs related to the products Fanatics offers in over 300 online and offline stores.
Many data teams worry that automation won’t work on their specific data and technology stack. They’ve learned the hard way that automation doesn’t always stand up to the complexity of different source data models, taxonomies and tech stack components.
Join this webinar to understand how Data Vault 2.0 is designed to focus on models and logic, not complex code, so that it’s rapidly becoming the DWH standard.
We’ll explain how Data Vault has taken the best of the more traditional modeling approaches, such as Inmon or Kimball, to provide the level of abstraction, quality and agility that automation requires.
In this webinar, MemSQL Product Marketing Manager Mike Boyarski describes the growth in popularity of time series data and talks about the best options for a time series database, including a live Q&A. You can view the webinar and download the slides here. Here at MemSQL, we’ve had a lot of interest in our blog posts on time series data and choosing a time series database, as well as our O’Reilly time series ebook download. However, this webinar does a particularly good job of explaining what you would want in a time series database, and how that fits with MemSQL. We encourage you to read this blog post, then view the webinar.