How modern is your data warehouse?

September 30, 2014 - 1:00 p.m. ET2:00pm | Webcast

Clients are looking to modernize their data warehouse environments to boost performance, add capacity, meet new analytic requirements and incorporate new technologies to take advantage of big data. Incorporating data warehouse appliances, next generation database technology and other new technologies (like in-memory, stream computing or Hadoop) helps organizations gain new business insights across all data, build confidence in those insights and optimize their warehouse infrastructure.

Data warehouse modernization is about leveraging solutions that build on existing investments rather than replacing them, enabling organizations to analyze more information, deliver insight faster and drive new analytic capabilities. Join this webcast to learn more about the challenges facing organizations and how you can modernize your data warehouse to capitalize on big data.

Real-time actionable insight for better business decisions

October 9, 2014 - 5:30 p.m. GMT6:30pm | Webcast

Real-time actionable insight provides the opportunity for any business—no matter what they're selling—to understand what individual customers want and what actions they are likely to take. With robust big data and analytics capabilities that allow you to capture, analyze and act on the stream of data generated by consumer devices, you can reach customers when they are nearby and ready to buy. Our speaker for this session will be Lakshminarayanan Sreenivasan, Senior IT Specialist - SPSS | Advanced Analytics.

DB2 Tech Talk: DB2 Competitive Update

October 16, 2014 - 12:30 p.m. ET2:00pm | Webcast

In-memory, columnar, faster analytics, high availability and scalability—there is a lot happening in the data management space these days, and few things are as important as getting the right data management foundation in place that services your needs both today and into the future.

In this presentation, we will go through some of the key capabilities in the newest release of DB2, including BLU Shadow Tables, standard TCP/IP sockets for pureScale and other enhancements. We'll also talk through some of the latest competitive announcements and how DB2 stacks up to these offerings.