Big Data Architecture
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  Robin Bloor   Robin Bloor
Chief Analyst & Co-Founder
The Bloor Group


Tuesday, April 29, 2014
08:30 AM - 09:45 AM

Level:  Intermediate

The data and software architecture that once dominated the data centers is undergoing considerable change, driven by a combination of factors including: parallel processing, the collection and analysis of large volumes of event data and data external to the Enterprise, new scale-out database products and the advent of Hadoop.

This keynote presentation will consider these and other changes, and discuss the likely impact on software and data architecture and its future evolution.

Robin is co-founder and Chief Analyst of The Bloor Group. He has more than 30 years of experience in the world of data and information management. He is the creator of the Information-Oriented Architecture, which is to data what the SOA is to services. He is the author of several books including, The Electronic B@zaar, From the Silk Road to the eRoad; a book on e-commerce and three IT books in the Dummies series on SOA, Service Management and The Cloud. He is an international speaker on information management topics. As an analyst for Bloor Research and The Bloor Group, Robin has written scores of white papers, research reports and columns on a wide range of topics from database evaluation to networking options and comparisons to the enterprise in transition.

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