Big Data London will host leading, global data and analytics experts, ready to arm you with the tools to deliver your most effective data-driven strategy.’
Open to all and free to attend. Discuss the big questions and share ideas with forward-thinking peers and leading members of the Data community. Be in the vanguard of the data revolution, sign up to Big Data London and learn how to build a bright future for your business.’
The days of simple corporate RDBMS and Data Warehousing architectures are over. Today’s Big Data world, with its ever-increasing volume, variety and velocity of structured and unstructured data, requires a range of SQL, Hadoop, NoSQL, NewSQL, In-memory and other data storage and management systems.’
Business users and data analysts need to gain insight from a growing variety of data sources, many of them from outside their organisation. IT teams are being asked to undertake data integration, cleansing and blending across an increasing range of disparate data streams and the pressure is on to do it in near real-time.’
The analytics market may be considered mature but it is vibrant, constantly innovating and evolving to meet the ever-expanding needs of all types and sizes of businesses. Over the years, many analytics tool styles have emerged to match the varied ways that business people need to analyse data, including the fast-growing ‘self-service’ tools category.’
How do enterprises decide which data to store and protect and what level of care and priority to give to various data types when there is an ever-growing ocean of it – some of it business-critical, some of it private, much of it irrelevant? How can IT and governance teams ensure that sensitive data is protected, whilst providing non-expert users with the data access they need?