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TIBCO LABS for Developers

Network event

Online event

Please attend at the link below. (It is free to attend): https://www.linkedin.com/video/event/urn:li:ugcPost:6856247431672147969/

TIBCO Labs For Developers: The State of Open Data in the Era of Privacy and Compliance this

Join Hosts:

Amanda Brock - CEO, Open UK
Nelson Petracek - Global CTO, TIBCO Software Inc
Jesús Centeno - Chief of Staff & Innovation Strategy OOCTO, TIBCO Software Inc

As they discuss the balance of having data easily accessible to employees, while also keeping it as secure as possible.

The Bytes Behind Blocks

Network event

Online event

Please register at the link below. (Must be registered to attend): https://techforge.pub/webinars/tibco-webinar-bytes-behind-blocks/

Blockchain is well known in cryptocurrency and finance but has had less success in the broader enterprise. Recent global events, however, have triggered a renewed interest in blockchain for enterprise use cases, including for identity, data security, analytics, digital twins, and more. Join this panel discussion to learn how blockchain can be applied to these use cases, and how typical enterprise architectures can be augmented with blockchain capabilities.

Nelson Petracek, Chief Technology Officer, TIBCO
Jesús Centeno, Chief of Staff & Innovation Strategy, TIBCO
Miguel Torres, Director, Americas, TIBCO

TIBCO LABS Quarterly Webinar

Network event

Online event

Please register as the link below. (Must be registered to attend): https://www.tibco.com/events/tibco-labs-quarterly-update-first-ever-tibco-labs-global-hackathon

Climate change is one of the top challenges facing our society, and IoT solutions are quickly becoming one of the ways we can combat it. From improved data collection to analytics at the edge, IoT shows great promise in verticals and use cases. It’s enabling positive changes, including the opportunity to enhance energy efficiency, reduce global emissions, and improve the ability to respond to rapidly changing events.

Join Nelson Petracek, Global CTO, TIBCO Software for an update on the work the TIBCO LABS™ group has been doing in IoT and digital twins, and to learn how you can participate in the first ever TIBCO LABS Global Hackathon #OSSDayHack.

Learn more about the TIBCO LABS group. (https://www.tibco.com/tibco-labs)

TIBCO LABS Project AIR ( https://tibcosoftware.github.io/labs-air/enables) enables centralized access and management of IoT devices (including computer vision cameras), efficient processing and storage of IoT derived data, and support for running analytics and machine learning at the edge and in the cloud. These capabilities make the edge a seamless part of your digital transformation and reduce the time needed to automate key decisions, greatly reducing energy use and emissions.

Nelson Petracek, Chief Technology Officer, TIBCO Software Inc

TIBCO Analytics Meetup

Network event

Online event

Please register at the link below. (Must be registered to attend): https://www.tibco.com/events/tibco-analytics-meetup-hyperconverged-analytics

Every quarter, our analytics experts present a 30 minute update to our virtual user community. This quarter, we dive into anomaly detection and will demo a process control monitoring and alerting solution. Join the live discussion with Chief Analytics Officer Michael O’Connell and the TIBCO Data Science team.


- Introduction to anomaly detection by Michael O’Connell, Chief Analytics Officer
- Live demo of a process control monitoring solution using TIBCO Data Science–Workbench (Statistica) and TIBCO Spotfire by Tomáš Jurczyk, Lead Data Scientist
- TIBCO Community update by Heleen Snelting, Director, Data Science
- Discussion and Q&A

You’ll learn about:

- Anomaly detection and pattern recognition use-cases and methods
- Statistical Process Control and the importance of managing variability
- Whether to start with univariate versus multivariate for anomaly detection
- TIBCO Community resources including the process control monitoring template

Michael O'Connell, Chief Analytics Officer, TIBCO Software Inc
Heleen Snelting, Director, Data Science, TIBCO Software Inc.
Tomas Jurczyk, Lead Data Scientist, TIBCO Software Inc.

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