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Replay Webinar – Leveraging emerging architectures to harness big data for business value

View on-demand Leveraging emerging architectures to harness Big Data for business value presented by HP and The Data Warehousing Institute (TDWI).


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At present there is significant industry attention around big data and big data analytics. At the same time, considerable confusion exists about what business applications can benefit from big data, as well as the technologies needed to deliver the promise.


The objective of this webinar is to help alleviate this confusion. The webinar discusses big data business use cases and the corresponding approach to architecture and technologies, both foundational and emerging, necessary to realize the business benefits.


In this Webinar, you will learn:

  • The types of emerging big data technologies and their use cases against different business applications
  • How big data technology helps remove cost and performance barriers
  • The benefits of big data technologies such as Hadoop, unstructured data management platforms, in-memory data engines, and advanced analytical engines
  • The relationship between the foundational and emerging capabilities in an effective big data solution framework


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This webinar features Colin White, president and founder of BI Research, for TDWI, and Lars Wreidt, HP Information Management and Analytics lead, EMEA.  


Big Data Webinar Series

Watch all webinars within the HP and TDWI Big Data Series at the following links:


Medical Service | ‎07-26-2012 03:10 AM

Thanks a lot for your great posting; commitment to your product is not only essential for marketing, but also essential to business continuity.

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