Four Key Steps in Implementing the Data Warehouse of the Future

A Practical Roadmap to the Data Warehouse of the Future: Starting the Journey

Historically, data warehouses have served as the “single source of truth” businesses use for analytics and reporting. But traditional data warehouses are no longer meeting enterprises’ data needs.

Today organizations need performance and flexibility at an affordable price. A Hadoop-based environment offers just that: speed, scalability, and flexibility while minimizing disruption to a company.

Join this session to learn how to implement the technology gradually, target the right use cases and plan for scale.

On Demand
1h 00min

Attend this webinar to learn how to:

  • Implement Hadoop and in-memory technology slowly in order to maximize the financial benefit while minimizing disruption to a company.
  • Offload ETL workloads to a Hadoop cluster.
  • Scale Hadoop clusters to build a data repository that collects structured, unstructured, internal, and external data for use in analytics.
  • Augment the data repository with real-time capabilities via a lambda architecture.
  • Calculate total return on investment and determine the correct business partners within your organization.

Featured Speakers

  • Joe Muniz
    Joe Muniz
    Director of Global Solutions & Technology Alliances
    Dell EMC

    Joe is the Director of Global Solutions and Technology Alliances at Dell EMC. One of the things that fires him up is enabling organizations to take advantage of the new generation of business analytics by leveraging digital transformation to adapt to disruptive changes and create competitive differentiation.

  • Brett Roberts
    Brett Roberts
    Data Analytics Solutions Engineer
    Dell EMC

    Brett is a Data Analytics Solutions Engineer Dell EMC’s Ready Solutions and Hybrid Cloud Platforms Organization who passionate about technology and solving business challenges. He is focused on driving business relevance by helping organizations understand and optimize their business using data analytics. He has a Masters in International Management and an MBA from the University of Maryland. Brett currently resides in Boston, MA and you can follow him on social media @broberts2261

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