Past Meetup

Mark Beacom - Cloud Analytics; William Andrus - Creating effective dashboards

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30 minute (1st) Presentation:
Creating effective dashboards and pitfalls to avoid

SPEAKER
William Andrus

ABSTRACT
Having an efficient dashboard with comprehensive visualizations is vital for users to quickly assess the status and performance of the situation so that they can achieve their objective and analysis more quickly. Creating dashboards is not something that should haphazardly be created, and should be planned out with specific objectives and metrics in mind. This presentation will go over many of the potential pitfalls and problems with designing dashboards and visualizations that need to be avoided.

BIO
William is a Data Engineering Consultant for Datalere where he leverages his experience to craft effective visualizations and dashboards. In addition to developing dashboards that tell a story, he is deeply involved in wrangling data and developing scalable applications.
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60 minute (2nd) presentation:
Implementing a Cloud Analytics Solution: Options, costs and more

SPEAKER
Marc Beacom

ABSTRACT
If you've looked at the cloud, you've realized the large number of options you have, to implement a complete cloud analytics solution. You can deploy dashboards, data ingestion and integration and advanced analytics to the cloud that will empower data-driven decisions for your organizations. This talk will discuss and review options you have, to run Cloud Analytic Solutions from the three major cloud providers: AWS, Azure and Google Cloud Platform.

BIO
Marc Beacom, Managing Partner at Datalere, leverages over two decades of experience to better the data landscape for clients, along with nearly a decade of building and managing productive teams. Marc has led architecture and developed data integration strategies for dozens of Colorado based companies and organizations. Marc maintains an active presence in the Colorado community by volunteering and serving on nonprofit boards, speaking and running user groups. He is a former president of the Denver SQL User Group.