Data is becoming vital to decision-making; a large majority of enterprise business says their firms have used data to make existing products or services more profitable. The idea is simple: Turn your data from a liability to an asset. Two major things can come from analytics, Save Money or Make Money. Join Dell EMC in this Analytics channel to discuss a wide range of topics that address many business needs and problems in the growing Analytics industry.
Dell EMC offers scale-out storage solutions designed from the ground up as the foundation for the new generation of data analytics platforms. These solutions deliver enterprise-grade data management and data consolidation at high storage densities. This helps enterprises in minimizing operational costs and business risk and maximizing return on investment for their data analytics initiatives.
Presenters: Brandon Whitelaw, Director of Sales Strategy, Dell EMC & Tom Whitelaw, Big Data Practice Leas, HC
HCL Technologies and Dell EMC are announcing their Business-Analytics-Platform (BAP). The BAP for Hadoop is a scalable, ready to-run enterprise platform that is pre-configured and optimized specifically for big data. As a purpose-built, integrated hardware and software solution for big data analytics, the appliance runs Hadoop software from Hortonworks or Cloudera backed by a rock solid Dell EMC infrastructure. Enterprises are tasked with the implementation and on-going operations of Hadoop and often are facing a lack of technically skilled resources, the complexity of integrating Hadoop with other parts of the ecosystem, as well as demands for enterprise features like administration, monitoring, supportability and serviceability. Tune in to discover how Dell EMC and HCL can help minimize the complexity required for a successful Hadoop deployment, whether this is your first attempt at data analytics or you simply just need a boost on an existing program.
Next-generation DNA sequencing technologies are revolutionizing the way life sciences research is practiced. These new technologies are scaling significantly faster than Moore’s law, and promise to catapult life sciences research into the realm of big data.
During this webinar we review how distributed computing tools (i.e., the Hadoop ecosystem) can be used to significantly advance the state-of-the-art research such as scaling genome-wide association studies and large-scale data integration of public databases.
Rapid data growth of traditional and new data sources is putting a strain on existing Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW) resources and related IT budgets. Learn how to reduce the cost of an EDW by augmenting it with an EMC Data Lake and Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP). Today, Enterprises simply can’t afford to keep all data and often have to discard or aggregate it before storing. Increasingly, EDW resources are also being used to handle the data wrangling and cleansing jobs instead of performing higher value-add analytics and Business Intelligence workloads. These challenges have driven many enterprises to look for ways to optimize their EDW by on-boarding lower value data storage and processing functions to a more affordable data lake platform that extend the value of their EDW and enhance their business intelligence activities.
Not only will you get more value out of EDW investments, but by introducing EMC Isilon in combination with HDP, you have extended your datacenter to capture more data for longer, giving you more advanced analytics capabilities. Join us for this webinar to hear from EMC and Hortonworks on how customers transformed and modernized their Data Warehouse.