Bridging the Gap Between Traditional Data and Big Data

Roundtable: Bridging the Gap Between Traditional Data and Big Data
Bridging the Gap Between Traditional Data and Big Data
Special Roundtable Webinar

THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 2017 - 11 am PT / 2 pm ET

The desire to compete on analytics is driving the adoption of new technologies such as NoSQL and Hadoop to store and process large volumes of data inexpensively on clusters of standard, commodity servers. These technologies offer important new capabilities. However, they also require new skills as they challenge many well-established conventions in data management.

At the same time, relational databases and data warehouses have been the primary means by which enterprises have managed data for decades. SQL is the linga franca of the database world, representing years of ongoing investment in tools and skills, and its widespread use is not changing anytime soon.

To maximize the value of their analytics investments, enterprises need to incorporate big data into their enterprise data management strategies. Database Trends and Applications is hosting a special roundtable webinar on January 26th to help its readers understand the key technologies and best practices, from data modeling and architectural considerations, to data integration, data quality and data security strategies.

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Stephen Faig
Research Director
Unisphere Research
and DBTA
Audio is streamed over the Internet, so turn up your computer speakers!

Jamie Morgan
Senior Solutions Architect
HPE Security - Data Security
Kevin Petrie
Senior Director and Technology Evangelist