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Leveraging NoSql Data Architectures to Enhance Analytics...

Leveraging NoSql Data Architectures to Enhance Analytics Through Use of Advanced Data Visualization and Analysis Applications.

Organizations are besieged by an explosive growth of information coming from an expanding universe of data sources. With the annual growth rate well over 100%, analyzing and understanding big data has become a top priority.

NoSQL data systems represent a class of DBMS, which are designed to handle large volumes of data faster and more efficiently than traditional relational database management systems.

The diverse nature of new data, both their sources and types, lead to relationships in data captured in NoSQL based infrastructures that are not quantitative in nature and are best modeled as graphs to see relationships and patterns among entities. Innovative organizations are applying a new wave of analytic techniques, such as advanced visual analytics, to better understand and draw actionable insights from your growing NoSQL databases to make better decisions.

Join us in this round table discussion as we cover topics that cover the growing role of NoSQL data systems play in the world of big data, and how you can better leverage this data with advanced visual analytics tools.


Francois Bertault, Chief Technology Officer, Tom Sawyer Software

Jerome Petazzoni, Software Engineer, DotCloud

Darren Wood, Chief Architect, Objectivity, Inc.

Special thanks to:

Tom Sawyer Software


The Silicon Valley CloudCenter

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  • Patricia S.

    Thank you to all who were able to attend and make this a successful event! If you missed the event, you can see the video of the discussion here:

    December 1, 2011

  • Vlad L.

    It was interesting to learn more about use cases and the benefits of partnership between Tom Sawyer Software and Infinite Graph.

    November 18, 2011

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