More data, more users, more reports, more extensive forms of analytics, and more up-to-date data are the demands for BI systems today. The key question organizations have to ask is whether their traditional data warehouse architecture is resilient and scalable enough to support these new demands.
The same question we can ask ourselves for the traditional data integration and reporting tools we deploy. Is our BI system up to this task and are our tools ready? How dow we unlock the value of BI in the future? In this unique two-day BI summit, four internationally acclaimed independent BI analysts will introduce you to these new demands and will discuss the new technologies and methods, provide insights and explain the organizational impact. They will guide you through the labyrinth consisting of big data, visual data discovery tools, data lakes and data reservoirs, in-memory technology, complex event processing, data virtualization, and real-time integration. Seize the opportunity to discuss these topics with Claudia Imhoff, Rick van der Lans, Wayne Eckerson and Barry Devlin.
Some of the main topics that will be discussed these two days:
Limited time? Share your ticket with a colleague
Can you only attend one day? Choose the topics and day you prefer and share your ticket with a colleague of yours. At the end of day one, you can leave your badge at the registration desk. Your colleague is welcome to attend the next day and both of you will receive the full conference proceedings.
Upon registering the first delegate online, after hitting Submit please click on “Click here to register more participants” at the top of the page. And in the registration form for the second delegate you use the field Comment to notify us which delegate will be attending on which conference day.
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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