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Information Management's DM RadioBig data may have all the cachet these days, but the new solutions owe much to the decades of engineering that created enterprise data warehousing. In fact, even the most advanced NoSQL architectures have a long way to go before they can even match the overall performance of a traditional EDW.
Information Management's DM RadioHow big a deal is Intel’s $740 million investment in Cloudera? Some could argue it spells serious trouble for the data warehousing paradigm. But truth be told, the big data crowd has much to learn from all those warehousing, integration and analytics experts. Register for this episode of DM Radio to hear Host Eric Kavanagh interview Barry Devlin of 9sight, Mike Olson of Cloudera, John Santaferraro of Actian and Mike Fahey of Clarity Solutions Group.
BlogPointed commentary regarding a venting blog by Bill Inmon and a marketing ad by Cloudera
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Industry EventsSQL Server Live! is returning to Orlando! After 5 days of workshops, deep dives and breakout sessions, SQL Server Live! will leave you with finely tuned skills to solve your biggest data challenges. With coverage of futures and new features, but with an emphasis on "stuff you can use right now," you'll be amazed at the new information you pick up! SQL Server Live! Orlando topics will include:
-SQL Server Administration & Maintenance
-SQL Server Performance Tuning and Optimization
-SQL Features & Components
-SQL Server Tools, Tricks, and Techniques
-BI, Big Data, and Data Visualization
-SQL Server for the Developer
-SQL Server in the Cloud
Back to BasicsThese five fundamental principles are key to defining the proper strategy for your data warehouse and are the pillars for establishing a solid foundation
NewsNew and updated solutions and services from arcplan, Embarcadero, Melissa Data, Oracle and more
CommentaryThe need for faster analysis of fresher data challenges us to rethink traditional data warehousing architectures
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Information Management's DM RadioData is on the move these days, and cutting edge companies are analyzing it before a data warehouse ever comes into play. Whether it's via complex event processing or another kind of data stream, the immediate processing and analysis of data in motion can create a tremendous competitive advantage. Register for this episode of DM Radio to hear hosts Eric Kavanagh and Dr. Robin Bloor will interview Dominic Delmolino of Agilex, Axel Troike of Grandite, Geoffrey Malafsky of Phasic Systems and Mike Hoskins of Actian. This episode of DM Radio is sponsored by TDWI
commentarySelf-service BI provides an easy entry point without the time or financial commitments required for a large-scale BI implementation
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Industry EventsIn a rapidly changing market and economy, every business must make informed decisions fast. More and more organizations are joining the agile business intelligence movement—an emerging approach that enables information delivery at the speed of thought. Being adaptable and agile as you grow your data warehouse and business intelligence environments is key to success and profitability in a competitive marketplace. Projects that used to take months to complete are now expected to take weeks or days. So how can you respond to the needs of your organization as quickly as they change?
newsNew and updated software and solutions from NuoDB, SAP, STORServer and more
BlogIs big data another random brick on an already crowded foundataion?
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