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“Data Virtualization and Linked Data Services” Session by informationexcellence
April 15, 2013, 11:41 pm
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Information Excellence Knowledge Share Session

Topic: “Data Virtualization and Linked Data Services: The foundation for Agile Business Intelligence, Big Data and Dynamic Information Management in the 21st century”

Date & Time: Saturday Apr/20th/2013:  09:45 AM to 12.30 PM (09:45 AM Sign in and Registrations; 10 AM: Introduction and Industry USe Cases; 11:15 AMLive Demo and Business impact

Venue: IISc, Department of Management Studies Campus, Yashwantpur, Bangalore

(Suresh will be doing an exclusive remote session for the Information Excellence Group Audience, with the co-located group at the venue above).

Registration: http://informationexcellence2013apr.eventbrite.com/

Speaker:

Suresh Chandrasekaran, Senior VP, Denodo Technologies.

Suresh_Chandrasekaran 180x180Suresh is a recognized expert in Data Virtualization drawing from  15+ years of experience in leading integration middleware and Web companies.  He speaks frequently at conferences on technology and its business impact, most recently at Enterprise Data World  and other regional DAMA chapter meetings.  Previously, Suresh was a management consultant at Booz & Co. He has an MBA from the University of Michigan and undergraduate degrees from India.

Session Details:

  • Context and Need for Data Virtualization:  How have data sources, technologies and business needs changed?
  • What is Data Virtualization? What are the key capabilities and value it provides?
  •  Industry use cases for Data Virtualization across Analytical (Agile BI and Big Data Analytics), Operational (Single View, Mobile & Cloud applications, Data Services, etc.) and Data Management (Logical Data Warehouse, Virtual MDM etc. ) scenarios
  • Data Virtualization / Linked Data Services – Live demo
  •  Business Impact, ROI and Best practices for Data Virtualization
  • Q&A.

Data Virtualization has gone mainstream! It has been adopted as a critical information management capability at major companies worldwide and leading SI firms. The need is driven by business users, BI analysts and application developers wanting timely and agile data access to a broad array of enterprise data assets, and new sources like Cloud, Big Data, NoSQL, Web and Social Media. Data Virtualization provides the ability to integrate disparate sources and present them as Linked Data Services for both BI and operational use.

This session covers Data Virtualization concepts, technology, business use cases, and best practices for success. We start with a focus on “Agile BI” which is one of the top use cases for DV which improves on traditional data warehousing and a waterfall approach to designing business intelligence systems. We will discuss various BI use cases and how DV helps reduce time to market and cost while meeting high performance requirements.  Then we will see how companies have expanded Data Virtualization to the enterprise level to enable a unified data layer that can deliver information as dynamic linked data services in a business-driven data architecture that provides unified data access, agile data provisioning, and improved governance through the data virtualization layer.  Linked Data Services enable an integrated view of all enterprise data assets and enables users to discover, search, browse and query using SQL, fully RESTful or SOAP web services, widgets/portlets and even semantic search / queries.

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