Diving into Modern Enterprise Data Architecture at Data Summit 2017

With the increasing volume, variety, and velocity of data flowing into enterprises, they no longer have the ability to govern and synchronize all of their information. As a result, new processes must be put in place to quickly explore and assess data for value, says Joe Caserta, CEO and founder of Caserta Concepts. He will present a keynote as well as a  data science workshop at Data Summit 2017.

Data Summit 2017 takes place May 16-17 at the New York Hilton Midtown, with pre-conference workshops on May 15.

Caserta's workshop, “Introduction to Data Science,” will be presented on Monday, Monday, May 15, 2017 from 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm. His closing keynote, “Architecting Data for the Modern Enterprise,” will be presented on Wednesday, May 17, 2017, at 4 pm.

“Modern data engineering includes handling datasets of unknown structures and unexpected quality issues,” said Caserta, whose keynote will cover current and emerging industry trends in architecting data for the modern enterprise.  “Furthermore, it allows advanced users to quickly discover and explore data, prior to rigorous data governance and data warehousing practices,” he said. “These new methods empower the business to attain speed to value through big data analytics."

Caserta's workshop will be targeted at aspiring data scientists, data analysts, data architects, and IT managers, and will cover the information lifecycle of the data science laboratory, data engineering, data warehousing, building data lakes on the cloud, and the fundamentals of Apache Spark. The goal, he noted, is to help participants gain the knowledge to acquire, ingest, assess, cleanse, and analyze data to improve business outcomes.

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