Top Trends in Modern Data Architecture for 2019

Percona

From AI and machine learning to data discovery and real-time analytics, a strong data architecture strategy is critical to supporting your organization's data-driven goals. Greater speed, flexibility, and scalability are common wish-list items, alongside smarter data governance and security capabilities. Many new technologies and approaches have come to the forefront of data architecture discussions, including data lakes, in-memory databases and engines like Spark and cloud services of all shapes and sizes.
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Historical analysis of geographical sales data at the store level—linked to weekly store sales for individual products—increases the accuracy of future sale predictions. By deploying this Big Data architecture before Q1, the Company was able to use the previous two years’ sales data for Easter to predict 2014 Easter market requirements. Adding current sales from PoS (Point of Sales) terminals to the historical analysis helped them identify changing consumer trends and ultimately grow their Easter sales.

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Optimizing Your Data Analytics Resourcing

Join us for a focused discussion on Data Analytics with health system data analytics leaders. We discuss the decisions, benefits and challenges organizations face when determining how to structure and manage data assets, tools and teams. We’re excited to share diverse perspectives and answer audience questions.
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Strategies for Transitioning to a Cloud-First Enterprise

McKnight Consulting Group

A great comfort with cloud deployment has emerged. Businesses are migrating databases to the cloud or building databases there as a result of scale challenges with the on-premises model, the cloud becoming the “center of gravity”, on-premises databases reaching capacity or emerging uses cases that are specific to the cloud. But not all organizations! And some struggle mightily with the move!Learn about the factors that impact organizations when shifting data and applications to the cloud. What must you consider as you move significant applications and data to the cloud? This webinar will cover the major decision points that management needs to consider when moving to the cloud. These include changes to the software model, development and quality assurance, recovery outage, and disaster recovery as well as new concerns about query performance and service levels, data interchange in the cloud, safe harbor and cross-border restrictions, and security and privacy.
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Building a Data-Driven Business, Transforming Analytics Capability Through Data and AI

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Trends for Modernizing Analytics and Data Warehousing in 2019

Arcadiadata

Brand new research published from Dresner Advisory Services digs deeply into the trends in 2018 around big data analytics. Where are organizations heading in 2019? How are analytic and data warehouse architectures evolving to enable faster and deeper self-service analytics and BI for organizations looking to create a competitive edge? How is public, private and hybrid clouds factoring into deployment decisions? What are the hottest open source projects from Apache Spark to Kudu, Kafka, Hadoop, and beyond?
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Historical analysis of geographical sales data at the store level—linked to weekly store sales for individual products—increases the accuracy of future sale predictions. By deploying this Big Data architecture before Q1, the Company was able to use the previous two years’ sales data for Easter to predict 2014 Easter market requirements. Adding current sales from PoS (Point of Sales) terminals to the historical analysis helped them identify changing consumer trends and ultimately grow their Easter sales.

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