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We're holding our 2nd Webinar! Matt Becker will be hosting a session on The "Art of the Data Possible" Data management technologies are a dime a dozen and are improving at an ever-increasing rate. How does one determine how to transform data technologies such as cloud storage, data streaming, no-SQL technology, ML, and AI into an effective (and cost-saving) data management solution for companies? This presentation will provide an objective set of examples of a variety of open-source and various vendor solutions to help educate data management professionals on ways to incorporate various data transformation solutions to provide data insights rapidly, repeatably, and efficiently. Learn the “art of the possible” to leverage effective data transformation processes and technologies along with seamlessly integrated public, private, structured, and unstructured data sources. With modern data transformation best practices, see how companies can rapidly provide a data platform to better manage Data analysis, Data Replication, Data Management, BI Tool Connectivity, Support, Scalability, Data Stream, and Cluster Monitoring, and Disaster Recovery/Failover. (Webinar link to be updated before the meeting) Matt Becker serves as the Managing Director of Sullexis’ Data Strategy and Data Quality practice. He has spent 21+ years creating and implementing strategies that drive client performance through technology adaptation in areas ranging from big data to enterprise data management to business intelligence and analytics. Matt enjoys delivering the value gained by implementing solid information management principles, thereby reducing inefficiencies and gaining insight into overall operational performance. Prior to joining Sullexis, Matt served in leadership roles with Slalom, Noah Consulting, and SunGard after spending his early years with Enform Technologies. Matt has cultivated a deep subject matter expertise in the Energy industry, including Upstream Oil & Gas (Unconventional / Shale), Energy Trading (gas and power), Pipeline, and Refined Products. Matt holds a BA in Management Information Systems from Texas A&M University. Matt lives with his wife, Kristina, their six kids (yep…six) and two dogs, in the Spring area of Houston where they enjoy doing family road trips, camping, home improvement projects, and movie/game nights.