Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Making business intelligence systems more agile with data virtualization

The speed of business change continues to increase, and you need to increase your business intelligence (BI) development productivity to keep up. Data virtualization results in BI systems with simpler, and more adaptable architectures. Learn how in this webinar.

It didn’t happen overnight, but a new era for business intelligence (BI) has arrived. The technology and business requirements have changed. Gone are the days when it could take months to develop a new BI system.

Data virtualization with on-demand data integration

This webinar explains data virtualization and how its lean form of on-demand data integration results in BI systems with simpler and more agile architectures that can be adapted to new business challenges more effectively.

Red Hat® JBoss® Data Virtualization will be discussed, along with the key key concepts of data virtualization, including:
  • Logical tables
  • Importing data sources
  • Data security
  • Caching
  • Query optimization
Rick van der Lans, managing director, R20/Consulting
Rick is an independent consultant, author, and lecturer specializing in data warehousing, business intelligence, big data, data virtualization, and database technology. He has written the industry's first independent book on data virtualization titled, “Data Virtualization for Business Intelligence Systems: Revolutionizing Data Integration for Data Warehouses.” Rick has advised many large companies worldwide on defining their data warehouse, business intelligence, and SOA architectures. He is the chairman of the European Enterprise Data and BI and Conference and writes regularly for

Syed Rasheed, solutions marketing manager, Red Hat
Syed coordinates marketing, evangelism, and consulting activities. In addition to helping customers address integration challenges, he is responsible for working with customers, partners, and industry analysts to help Red Hat technology meet customer requirements for business process automation and integration solutions. In his 18 years in the IT industry, Syed has extensive experience in business process management systems, business  intelligence, and data management technologies. His work spans the financial services, banking, and telecommunication industries.

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