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How to combine structured and unstructured data for real business value

How to combine structured and unstructured data for real business value
By Nachman Geva, VP Solutions/GM Israel at Attivio
Most companies exploring the use of big data for business intelligence purposes do not simply want to analyze unstructured data, they also want to combine the results of that analysis with relevant structured data. Basically, they wish to have their analytics span all sorts of data, regardless of its orgional source and format. Unfortunately, NoSQL data stores are not really suitable for storing structured data while conventional data warehouses are not very good at storing unstructured data.
This session will review the current techniques for combining large volumes of structured and unstructured data with practical examples in the market.
Nachman Geva, VP Solutions and GM Israel at Attivio, has 15 years of experience creating, developing and delivering data information solutions to global companies. Over the past 4+ years Nachman held key positions at Attivio including head of product management, VP solutions, and GM Israel.
Nachman joined Attivio from Netezza where he was leading its product strategy, helping the company become the leader in the market of high performance analytical databases. Prior to that Nachman served in various roles at Attunity – an Israeli provider of data integration software.
Nachman holds a degree in Computer Science from the Technion.

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