Modernization. It’s a hot topic for organizations in all types of industries that are looking for ways to streamline hardware and software footprints while gaining control and insights from the data deluge.
In the data integration space, this means we have to look beyond a traditional ETL approach to one that will allow us to capture and consume data from an ever-growing number of traditional and nontraditional sources. From financial institutions looking to stamp out fraud to energy companies working with sensor data, a modern approach to data integration is a must. The same is true for any organization looking to stay competitive.
Want to hear more? Join SAS and TDWI on Dec. 16 at 12:00 p.m. (EST) for a discussion on the topic of Modernizing Data Integration. Get recommendations to guide your efforts in this TDWI Modernization Webcast. During the webcast, Philp Russom from TDWI will discuss seven key recommendations:
- Complement the high latency of older data integration practices with a broader range of data ingestion techniques.
- Embrace the new data prep practices and tools for agility, speed, simplicity and ease of use.
- Integrate data in ways that enable self-service access to new and big data for a wide range of users.
- Modernize your data integration infrastructure by using new data platform types.
- Continue to add more right-time functions as you modernize your data integration solutions.
- Modernize your data integration functionality to finally get business and analytic value from multi-structured and nontraditional data.
- Consider modernizing your data integration tool portfolio with an integrated platform of multiple data management tools.
The webcast will also feature Ron Agresta, Principal Product Manager at SAS, as he highlights the modernization approach SAS customers are taking with offerings such as SAS Data Loader for Hadoop, SAS Event Stream Processing, SAS Data Management and SAS Data Federation. At the end, the audience will have an opportunity to ask data integration modernization questions to the expert speakers.
Sign up for the webcast by visiting the TDWI Modernization Webcast. We look forward to your participation and some great questions!