What is next - agile, cloud computing, text analytics, virtualization, open source, cool BI, Web 2.0, social media, mobile BI have been evolving in business intelligence. Now the quest for insight can go beyond limited summaries and aggregations and tap all data sources, both structured and unstructured. New methods of working with big data, such as Hadoop and MapReduce, offer alternatives to traditional data warehousing - if you know how and when to use them. But how do these technologies fit with/work with our more traditional business intelligence and data warehousing enviornments? It's been difficult enough to implement effective and valuable BI/DW solutions with existing technologies. Will these emerging technologies make your job easier or harder? TDWI is offering six days of in-depth education from industry thought leaders on how these technologies work, how you can deploy them, and the benefits they can bring to your organization.
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