IBM Big Data next generation analytics, and enterprise design

| Webinar

Big data is moving from its early stage as an exciting and important concept, to a more mature stage of implementation. Engineers, managers and architects around the world like yourself are digging into the fundamental questions about what projects to implement, and how.

One of the most important areas being impacted by the big data revolution is the data warehouse. Enterprises are finding that the traditional ways of capturing, storing and analyzing data are not working given the new data types, volumes, demands for faster turnarounds, and the increase in LOB driven projects.

In this important webcast, Gartner VP and distinguished analyst Mark Beyer and IBM Fellow, VP and CTO of Information Management Tim Vincent, present the context for reimagining the data warehouse, and key concepts in how to think about implementation.

Open innovation to put data to work

April 28, 2014 | Webinar

Organizations are amassing a wealth of data and know that they can transform their business by turning that data into actionable insight. And they expect IT to make that happen. But businesses are maxing out their data centers and running out of space and energy by running inefficient systems that can’t handle the demands of today’s big data economy. With mounting security concerns and technology limitations, businesses need the confidence and cost advantages to realize the true benefits of cloud and the ability to leverage the creativity of the open-source community to accelerate application development and time to value.

Join the April 28 webcast, “Open innovation to put data to work” to learn how IBM Power Systems’ first generation servers and solutions break the physical and virtual boundaries of data center in ways never before possible. Designed with open innovation to drive faster insights from data-hungry applications, these first generation systems help organizations realize the benefits of cloud and quickly tap into an open ecosystem of community-created innovation that is transforming the way IT is created and consumed.