Active Archive and Data Repository with Hadoop

PART 3 OF A 4 PART SERIES THAT PROVIDES A ROADMAP FOR BUILDING THE DATA WAREHOUSE OF THE FUTURE

Once you've begun to use Hadoop for ETL offload, the next logical steps on your journey toward the data warehouse of the future are to create an active archive and a data repository.

Most organizations have structured data they rarely access, but do not want to delete. Moving this cold data into Hadoop for active archive keeps it available for analytics and search while lowering costs. In fact, according to one study, storing data in Hadoop instead of a legacy data warehouse saved organizations $15 million on hardware costs.

Moving siloed and unstructured data to Hadoop makes more data available for advanced analytics, which helps companies increase profits, reduce fraud, decrease reporting costs and boost productivity. It also sets them up for the final step in the journey: Lambda Architecture with In-Memory Technology.

Available:
Tue, Jul 31, 2018 10:00 AM PDT / 01:00 PM EDT
Duration:
1h 00min

Attend this webinar and you'll:

  • Find out how you can benefit from Hadoop for active archive
  • Learn how to break down data siloes
  • Understand the reasons for and benefits of using Hadoop for creating an active archive and data repository
  • Get helpful tips for expanding your use of Hadoop

It's time to create your data repository for advanced analytics so you can continue your journey toward the data warehouse of the future.

Featured Speakers

  • 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

  • Peter Krass
    Peter Krass
    Contributing Editor
    InformationWeek

    Peter Krass is an editor and writer specializing in business technology. Formerly, Peter held senior editorial positions with Inc., Planet IT, Smart Enterprise, TechBuilder, InformationWeek and the BusinessWeek newsletter group.

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