European DW/BI conference with Claudia Imhoff, Mike Ferguson, Rick van der Lans and Colin White
The focus of the first 30 years of data warehousing and business intelligence was on informing business users on what had happened in the organization through enterprise and ad-hoc reports. This focus is shifting drastically. BI environments will have to show what can, may, and should happen within the organization. Analytics, big data, and agile BI are going to be keywords for a long time to come. But adopting these concepts is not a simple matter of installing a new tool. It requires re-architecting data warehouse environments; deploying new data storage technologies, such as NoSQL, Hadoop, and in-memory technology, complex event processing; applying organizational changes; and upgrading to real-time integration and embedded analytics. All these improvements will also raise the bar for integrating a highly distributed landscape.
In this unique two-day BI/DW conference, four internationally acclaimed independent BI analysts will help you find your way in this technological labyrinth and explain the organizational impact.
Some of the main topics that will be discussed these two days:
Who should attend
The two day DW&BI Summit is geared to for IT Executives, IT Management and Architects, business intelligence and data warehousing professionals who wish to take a detailed and practical look at the latest developments in Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence. The following professionals should attend:
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