Monday, April 28, 2014
08:30 AM - 11:45 AM
Over the last few years the pressure has been growing to manage, integrate, analyze and act on increasing amounts of information from all kinds of data sources. Modern businesses today are not only demanding analysis of data from its own operational systems but also the ability to consume, filter and analyze data from a broad range of external data sources. There is also much more of a requirement to share and collaborate over business insight as well as access information from dashboards and mobile devices. Major advances in hardware and software have opened up opportunities to build new types of analytic applications and to better solve existing business problems that address these business needs. In addition, these advances have also allowed us to create more modern Data Warehouse architectures that improve flexibility and responsiveness while minimizing total cost of ownership. New technologies include agile BI development products, Data Warehouse Appliances, Big Data Analytics, in-memory data, BI workspaces and dashboards, collaborative sharing of BI content, mash-ups, complex event processing, mobile BI and Data Virtualization. This new 2-day seminar takes an in-depth look at these exciting technologies and shows how they can be put together to address new business requirements.
- An Introduction to the Modern Smart Enterprise
- New Technologies in Data Management
- Data Warehouse Appliances and Analytical Databases
- Agile BI Development
- Getting Started with Predictive Analytics
- Sharing BI Content through Social and Collaborative BI
- Accessing BI from Mobile Devices
- BI in a Cloud Computing Environment
- The Impact of New Technologies of Data Warehouse Architecture
Mike Ferguson is the Managing Director of Intelligent Business Strategies. An independent IT analyst and consultant, he specialises in BI/Analytics, big data and data management. He has over 35 years of experience with 27 years in BI/Analytics, 36 years in Data Management, 13 years in Smart Business and six years in Big Data Analytics on Hadoop and NoSQL.
Mike works at board, senior IT and detailed technical IT levels on a strategy for BI/Analytics, technology selection, enterprise architecture, data strategy, MDM and Big Data. He has spoken at events all over the world and written numerous articles.
Formerly a principal and co-founder of Codd and Date Europe Limited, the inventors of the Relational Model, he was also Chief Architect at Teradata on the Teradata DBMS and European Managing Director of Database Associates. He teaches popular master classes in Big Data Fundamentals, Big Data, New Technologies for DW and BI, Operational BI, Data Governance, Master Data Management and Big Data Management.