TDWI Chicago Conference

April 28-3, 2019 | USA

To succeed in today’s data-centric world, organizations must leverage data to its full potential. But gaining real competitive advantage requires more than just collecting data. From building a dynamic and scalable data infrastructure that embraces cloud technologies and supports self-service analytics and data science efforts to tackling modern governance and integration and breaking down data silos, the data challenges of today are more complex than ever. Join us in Chicago and in one week receive the most applicable training for your top data challenges from the industry’s most respected thought leaders and practitioners. Walk away with the skills and best practices you need to advance your data and analytics initiatives and gain competitive advantage now.

Spotlight

Have you ever had to analyze big data sets for your business? Was it a challenge for you? As the levels of information we collect tend to increase, we may find limitations in processing and analyzing data from a classic spreadsheet (eg: backend errors, latency issues). In these instances, you may want to consider using a different set of tools that go beyond spreadsheets and use the power of the Cloud. In this episode, James and Jenny explain us how BigQuery provides us with a powerful processing power to quickly analyze big chunks of data sets in a few seconds. To use BigQuery, you need first to have a Google Cloud Platform (GCP) account set up, where you will store your data sets. If you don’t have an account, you can sign up at cloud.google.com/bigquery: click “try now” and sign in using any existing Gmail or Google account information. GCP uses a pay-as-you-go model, so you will pay according to how much data you need to store in the Cloud. The good news is that you will be offered a free storage quota, and may be able to get all the insights you need while still remaining under the free limit…


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2022 4th International Workshop on Big Data and Computing(WBDC 2022)

December 16-18, 2022 | China

Researchers, scientists, engineers and industry professionals will join together this year at WBDC 2022, where the latest research will be unveiled and groundbreaking research projects will be presented. The field of Big Data and Computing is entering an era of unprecedented change and innovation. WBDC 2022 presents one of 2022’s premiere opportunities to hear from and network with an international array of experts on the ever evolving state of the field.

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Year 2032. What will keep digital leaders of today relevant 10 years from now? What will allow these companies to stay ahead of the competition and make better, precise decisions? How should they leverage the use of data for accelerating their sustainability goals? This event will unpack answers and insights to such questions and more by experts within the field and experienced thought leaders from companies across the Nordic region.

Spotlight

Have you ever had to analyze big data sets for your business? Was it a challenge for you? As the levels of information we collect tend to increase, we may find limitations in processing and analyzing data from a classic spreadsheet (eg: backend errors, latency issues). In these instances, you may want to consider using a different set of tools that go beyond spreadsheets and use the power of the Cloud. In this episode, James and Jenny explain us how BigQuery provides us with a powerful processing power to quickly analyze big chunks of data sets in a few seconds. To use BigQuery, you need first to have a Google Cloud Platform (GCP) account set up, where you will store your data sets. If you don’t have an account, you can sign up at cloud.google.com/bigquery: click “try now” and sign in using any existing Gmail or Google account information. GCP uses a pay-as-you-go model, so you will pay according to how much data you need to store in the Cloud. The good news is that you will be offered a free storage quota, and may be able to get all the insights you need while still remaining under the free limit…

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