Lambda Architecture with In-Memory Technology

Part 4 of a 4-part series that provides a roadmap for building the data warehouse of the future

Envision a future in which executives have immediate access to streaming data detailing the inner workings of their business, where they can mine large data stores for valuable insights providing a competitive advantage. The path to achieving this vision isn’t always clear, but this webinar series can help.

The time of the traditional data warehouse is coming to an end.  Designed to meet business intelligence needs of an earlier era traditional data warehouses can’t handle the large quantities of data that current and future businesses need, nor can they provide real-time processing capabilities.  Worse, many traditional data warehouses become prohibitively expensive as data stores grow.   

To meet existing and future needs, organizations need a new kind of data warehouse that can handle both kinds of data processing: batch workloads for traditional reporting, as well as real-time or near-real-time streaming data. For this, they need a data warehouse of the future based on Lambda architecture.

Available:
Tue, Oct 30, 2018 10:00 AM PDT / 01:00 PM EDT
Duration:
1h 00min

Attend this webinar and you'll:

  • Examine the cost vs. speed digital dilemma
  • Evaluate the Lambda architecture and it's benefits to the business
  • Get tips to ease the deployment and management of Lambda architecture
  • Take a peek at big data as a service (BDaaS) and hadoop solutions

Make sure your data warehouse is future ready, attend this webinar and continue your journey today!

Featured Speaker

  • Brett Roberts
    Brett Roberts
    Data Analytics Solutions Engineer
    Dell EMC

    Brett is a Data Analytics Solutions Engineer with Dell EMC’s Hybrid Cloud and Ready Solutions business within the Converged Platforms and Solutions Division, who is 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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