January 2018: Hybrid Cloud Data Architecture

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Presented by Parth Patel

Big Data Solutions Engineer, Zaloni

UPDATE: Location will be Montgomery Park, free parking available in 2 hour lot for duration of session.

As hybrid clouds become more prevalent, IT organizations struggle to deal with moving and managing data. While computation and applications can be outsourced, once data is generated, IT is on the hook to control it as long as it exists. Data governance and data security are particularly difficult to address in hybrid environments. Parth Patel will discuss the importance of creating a standardized data fabric with a common data management platform that can tier access, providing hierarchical data lifecycle management for data lakes. They will discuss “in production” use cases of this tiered data lake approach for Hybrid “Ground to Cloud” environments across multiple industries. Topics during this session include: · Data governance · Data security · Metadata management · Hybrid “Cloud to Ground” architectures

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November 2017: Good Data, Bad Info

Presented by Michael Scofield, M.B.A.

Assistant Professor, Loma Linda University

Producing decision-able information from lots of raw data often requires complex processes which must be carefully designed and architected.

This presentation looks at the gap between raw data and decision-able information. Most of the chatter about data quality focuses upon raw, granular data describing discrete events and entities inside the enterprise and around it. But for data warehouses and decision-support, data must be converted into useful information meaningful to the decision-maker.

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June 2017: How Automation Can Help You Implement Governed Data Discovery

Presented by Joseph Treadwell

Lead Solution Specialist at TimeXtender North America

In today’s age of analytics, businesses are demanding self-service access to their corporate data, while struggling to make sense of raw data at the source. In response to this, recent analyst reports have revealed a new form of BI architecture known as Governed Data Discovery.
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