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Five Reasons to Offload Analytics from Your Data Warehouse


The traditional data warehouse infrastructure struggles to keep up with the expanding demand for a wide and changing variety of analytic workloads.  The result is growing frustration as end-users are forced to use sample data, aggregate data and even restricted in their access to information in standalone or enterprise data warehouses.  IT shops need to boost overall analytic capabilities, but are often constrained by shrinking budgets or the limitations of existing systems.
In this webinar, we consider the novel architectural options presented by new technology and offer five reasons to offload analytic workloads from your data warehouse.

Topics covered are:
• The changing business and technology landscape
• A new architecture for all business information
• Re-positioning the enterprise data warehouse
• Five reasons to offload analytics from your data warehouse
• Four criteria for selecting the right offload platform

Join Dr. Barry Devlin, one of the founders of the data warehousing industry, as we discuss these exciting and challenging opportunities.


Dr. Barry Devlin Founder, 9sight Consulting

Dr. Barry Devlin is a founder of the data warehousing industry and among the foremost authorities worldwide on business intelligence (BI) and beyond. He is a widely respected consultant, lecturer and author of "Data Warehouse--from Architecture to Implementation". Devlin has 30 years of experience in the IT industry, previously with IBM, as an architect, consultant, manager and software evangelist.

Rick Glick VP of Customer and Partner Development, ParAccel

Leading thinkers will gather at this Webinar to learn about the challenges today’s data warehouses present when it comes to data analytics. Rick Glick, VP of Customer and Partner Development for ParAccel will participate in this session focusing on the emerging best practice of analytic offload, its impact on decision making and how organizations can improve their operations and corporate performance as a result.

Nov 21, 2011, 12:00 EST (17:00 GMT)

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