Monday, April 29, 2013
08:30 AM - 11:45 AM
Not all analytical projects are implemented using relational database technology especially when it comes to very large data volumes including unstructured content and clickstream. This session looks at BIG data analytics using Hadoop, Map/Reduce and NoSQL DBMSs and how these new Big Data platforms can be integrated into existing analytical environments. It also looks at how data governance can be extended to incorporate and manage Big Data environments.
- Types of BIG Data
- Popular BIG data use cases
- The BIG data challenge – Data and Analytical complexity
- Hadoop and HDFS versus Relational DBMS
- What is Map/Reduce and how can it be used in analytics?
- Approaches to using Hadoop and Map Reduce for analytics
- NoSQL Graph DBMSs
- Analytical databases and Map/Reduce – how do they integrate?
- Using external table functions
- Cloudera, MapR, IBM BIGInsights, Hortonworks, EMC GreenPlum, Oracle, Teradata Aster, SAP HANA and Sybase
- Using Map/Reduce to process BIG data to supply insight into a data warehouse
- Data management in a Big Data Environment
Mike Ferguson is Managing Director of Intelligent Business Strategies Limited. As an analyst and consultant he specializes in business intelligence, enterprise business integration, and data management. With over years of IT experience, Mike has consulted for dozens of companies on business intelligence, data management and business integration. He has spoken at events all over the world and written numerous articles. Mike is a resident expert on the Business Intelligence Network in the UK and other European countries providing articles, blogs, and his insights on the industry.
Formerly he was a principal and co-founder of Codd and Date Europe Limited – the inventors of the Relational Model, a Chief Architect at Teradata on the Teradata DBMS, and European Managing Director of Database Associates. He teaches popular Enterprise 2.0 master classes in Operational Business Intelligence and Performance Management, Enterprise Data Governance, Master Data Management, and Service Oriented Architecture.