April Reeve, Business Consultant, of EMC Consulting
Moving data between systems and integrating data across the organization has remained one of the primary data management challenges for most organizations over the last two decades, now being greatly exacerbated by the challenge of big data. This presentation will review the approaches for managing data roaming through the organization, and the new technologies and techniques in big data integration.
- What is Data Integration?
- The Natural Complexity of Interfaces
- The Rise of the Purchased Vendor Package
- Key Enablement of Big Data Management
- Real Time Data Integration
- Hub and Spoke and Canonical Modeling
- Enterprise Service Bus (ESB)
- Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) and Enterprise Information Integration(EII)
- Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
- Big, Cloud, Virtual Data Integration
- Cloud Architecture
- HADOOP and Data Integration
- Data Virtualization
Who should attend:
- Data Analysts
- Data Architects
- Data Managers
- Project Managers
- ETL Developers
- Application Programmers and Designers
- Business Analysts
- Business Intelligence Practitioners
- Master Data Management Practitioners
- Metadata and Taxonomy Management Practitioners
- The main drivers of enterprise data integration solutions
- The various approaches and architectures to real time data integration
- Some of the new big data integration techniques and technologies
April Reeve has spent the last 25 years working as an enterprise architect and program manager. Currently she is working for EMC Consulting as a Business Consultant in the Enterprise Information Management practice. April is an expert in multiple Data Management disciplines including Data Integration, Big Data, Data Conversion, Data Warehousing, Business Intelligence, Master Data Management, and Data Governance. She is the author of Managing Data In Motion: Best Practice Data Integration Techniques and Technologies which is published by Morgan Kaufmann.
Free - but preregistration is requested
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