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In-Memory analytics and real time data analysis: Today's solution for high performance Business Intelligence Webcast
Data is now viewed as a corporate asset and a source for competitive advantage as enterprises are looking to make faster – yet smarter – business decisions. The resulting data volume growth is creating a need to optimize the performance and speed of business intelligence (BI) and analytics.
In-memory analytics is geared to solve many of the BI issues organizations face today such as integrating from SAP and other data sources. Using a combination of better multi core processing, advanced multi threading technologies, 64 bit architecture and cost/speed of memory, discover how organizations can achieve real-time analytics while reducing hardware costs.
SpeakersScott Allen Director of SAP Alliance, Intel
Scott Allen drives the relationship between SAP and Intel Corporation across Research, and selected Product Development projects worldwide. He has nearly 30 years of experience in the enterprise software industry. His wide ranging responsibilities have included Sales, marketing, business development, pre-sale and post-sale technical support and a wide variety of management positions.Peter Put Senior Technologist, SAP Competency Center, HP
Peter’s areas of expertise are focused on mission critical SAP infrastructures on HPUX, Windows, Linux and virtualization technologies. He has over 20+ years of HPUX and SAP HA integration experience, 10+ years Microsoft Windows and over 8 years with Linux. He is SAP BASIS certified, HPUX certified and is a Microsoft System Engineer.
He is a co-inventor on three HP Patents on clustering technologies, and is the original author of the precursor to Ignite-UX.
Over the past decade, Ty Miller has implemented many high performance SAP BusinessObjects business intelligence solutions for SAP customers around the world. In his current role, Ty leads the Data Architecture team in the SAP BusinessObjects Large Enterprise Solutions group responsible for the Semantic Layer and In-Memory analytics including HANA and the SAP BusinessObjects Explorer, accelerated version solutions.Lane Goode SAP Alliance Manager for the US Central Region
Lane has served in various roles within HP since 1996, including roles in channels management, enterprise sales, and marketing. In his position for the SAP Alliance at HP, Lane is focused on developing marketing programs for Solutions in technology and services. In memory technology is a strategic area of focus for the HP and SAP partnership, and Lane is leading the go to market initiates with SAP for the US.Dave Carlisle Chief Application Architect- Enterprise Business IT, Hewlett Packard Company
Dave has 11 years of experience in architecting, developing and implementing enterprise ERP applications. Dave has significant SAP technical experience, has been involved with SAP AG on joint technical work and has presented at Sapphire. Dave is currently leading an effort to transform both the technical architecture as well as the business experience around the SAP footprint within HPIT.