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“Building Bigdata DataWarehousing” and “Enterprise Social Media” Session by informationexcellence
February 8, 2013, 11:31 pm
Filed under: Knowledge Share Sessions

Information Excellence Knowledge Share Session

Topic: “Building Big Data warehouse” and Social Media for Enterprise Collaboration”

Date & Time: Saturday Feb/16th/2013:  09:45 AM to 12.30 PM (09:45 AM Sign in and Registrations; 10 AM Big Data Warehousing Session 11 Am Coffee Break, 11:15 AM (Enterprise Social Media)

Registration: http://informationexcellence2013feb.eventbrite.com/


Sorabh Bajaj, Customer Advocacy Program Management, Unisys on “Using Social media for collaboration at enterprises”

Sabishaw Bhaskaran, Technology Manager, Siemens – Data intensive systems group on “Building a BigData warehousing and analysis system around Apache Hadoop”


National Business School campus, JP Nagar (#33, 22nd Main,1st Cross 2nd Phase J P Nagar, Bangalore, Karnataka 560078 Contact Info: Phone: +91-80- 30251440-41), Find your own parking in the adjacent streets


(Detailed directions will be emailed to registered participants a day ahead of time).

Speaker Profiles:

Sabishaw Bhaskaranin.linkedin.com/pub/sabishaw-bhaskaran/4/369/607

Sabishaw Bhaskaran is technology manager of Siemens’ data intensive systems group, which specializes in Cloud and BigData processing technologies.

He received his M.Sc and M.Tech in electronics engineering from Cochin University of Science & Technology, India, in 1997 and 1999 respectively.

He joined the software development division of Siemens in Bangalore in 1999, where he worked on Siemens’ healthcare imaging applications as software developer and architect.

In 2006, he joined Siemens’ research lab in India, as a staff researcher in their distributed computing group, and was responsible for driving the group’s activities between 2009 to mid 2012 as its program manager.

Topic Abstract:  Preso Link

A data warehouse is an integrated, time-variant, and nonvolatile collection of data in support of management’s decision-making process. It has data processing capabilities and is traditionally used with historical data, for drill-down analysis, identification trends and to make predictions. With the data explosion witnessed today, due to ubiquitous digitization and the rise of social networks (commonly referred as BigData), classical strategies for data management and warehousing need to be relooked. This talk covers the conventional data warehousing practices, challenges it faces with BigData and how to realize a simple BigData warehousing system around Apache Hadoop.

Sorabh Bajajin.linkedin.com/in/sorabhbajaj

Sorabh Bajaj is responsible for Customer Advocacy Program Management in Unisys. He has previously been with Accenture and ING Life focused on Process Management, Process Enhancement, Customer Satisfaction and Marketing Processes. Sorabh also teaches in some of the B Schools in Bangalore, on International Marketing and Business Environment course. He has done his MBA in Strategy from Ohio State University in USA.

Topic Abstract: Preso Link

Sorabh will discuss how Unisys has used Social media to fuel innovation and collaboration amongst its’s employees. Sorabh will also discuss Knowledge Management’s limited applicability and how collaboration using social media tools in an enterprise can fill this gap.

Registration: http://informationexcellence2013feb.eventbrite.com/

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Comment by UMESH

Hi Umesh,Preso are uploaded at at http://www.slideshare.net/informationexcellence
Thanks, Information Excellence Team

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