Registration and Networking Breakfast
TDWI Analyst Presentation
Modern Data Management in the Age of Cloud and Data Science: Trends, Challenges and Opportunities.
Speaker: Philip Russom, Ph.D. Industry Analyst, TDWI.
In this session, TDWI analyst Philip Russom will discuss important trends in data management and analytics and highlight how to incorporate into your strategy solutions based on data virtualization, which can make siloed data look unified, provide real-time data capabilities, govern data access, and enable new practices such as agile development and self-service data prep and analysis.
Enabling a Modern Data Management with Data Virtualization.
Speaker: Paul Moxon, VP Data Architectures and Chief Evangelist, Denodo.
Through 2020, 50% of enterprises will implement some form of data virtualization as one enterprise production option for data integration" according to Gartner. It is clear that data virtualization has become a driving force for companies to implement an agile, real-time and flexible enterprise data architecture. In this session, find out what data virtualization is, how it works, the key capabilities as well as watch a demo.
Customer Success Story
Data Management Modernization & Data Virtualization at Bremer Bank.
Speaker: Eric Sandven, Sr. Data Architect, Bremer Bank.
Bremer Bank, a $12 billion regional financial services company headquartered in Saint Paul, Minnesota, incorporates modern data architecture practices and principles to manage its data and to provide end-users with valuable information needed for data-driven decisions. With data located in multiple locations throughout the enterprise, Data Virtualization plays an important role in consolidating access control, business logic and data sources. In this session, Eric Sandven, Data Architect, shares how to use data virtualization to reduce complexity of data lake hydration, push business logic upstream of reporting solutions and to implement role-based security.