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Course Introduction:
It’s pretty clear that embedded analytics is gaining favor among organizations that want to make operations more data driven. In this Master Class, our experts show you what’s behind the story of embedded analytics.

Course Chapters:

September 10, 2017

Howard Dresner explains what the big data market encompasses and why it matters.

September 10, 2017

Aberdeen Group analyst Mike Lock explains why embedded analytics are a big deal in big data.

September 10, 2017

Zoomdata’s Ian Fyfe discusses the types of embedding and how to choose the right kind for your use case.

September 10, 2017

“Keep it simple” is just one of the useful tips from Zoomdata’s Jonathan Avila as he shows the fine points...

September 10, 2017

Analyst Wayne Eckerson discusses how applications with embedded analytics can create new revenue streams from enterprise data.

September 10, 2017

Product management veteran Olivier Meyer digs into all security consideration around embedding and embedded applications.

September 10, 2017

Ryan Haber of Zoomdata gets into the weeds – in a good way – as he explains embedding analytics using...

Course Description:
Embedding analytics in customer-facing and line-of-business applications is not just the big data flavor of the month. It’s a trend with legs. Most companies are at least flirting with embedded analytics technologies — either on their own or through a software vendor that specializes in embedded analytics.

We take a look at the drivers for embedded analytics and the various stakeholders in the growing embedded ecosystem. And, of course, we explore how embedded and standalone analytics stack up head to head. Industry analyst Wayne Eckerson has called embedded analytics the future of BI. And we tend to agree. That doesn’t mean standalone analytics will disappear, but for day-to-day operational decision support, embedded analytics has a lot to offer.

For software vendors that create embeddable applications and for companies that use those applications, research shows both gain from taking the embedded approach. And there’s an embedding option for virtually every use case.

Of course, no discussion of any innovative technology would be complete without addressing the build versus buy decision. Embedded analytics is no different!

 
 
 

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