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Collaborative Data Science - Wertschöpfung aus Daten Kreieren

Daten sind ein echter Vermögenswert, wenn sie für neue Produkt- und Service-Innovationen zum eigenen Wettbewerbsvorteil genutzt werden können. Eine Herausforderung auf dem Weg zur „Data-driven Organisation“ ist, Innovationen von der guten Idee bis zum operationalisierten Daten-basierten Produkt zu bringen welches durch Effizienz-/Effektivitätssteigerungen Wertpotentiale hebt oder sogar neue Geschäftspotentiale erschließt. Technische und organisatorische Barrieren haben Ihre Existenzberechtigung, begründen aber Datensilos und mangelnde Kooperation zwischen Fachabteilungen, Data Science und Data Engineering / IT.

Im gemeinsamen Webinar stellen Dataiku und Snowflake vor, wie Teams ihre Data Science-Projekte auf einer integrierten Plattform kooperativ und „end-to-end“ - das heißt von Definition, Daten-Exploration und agiler Entwicklung von Lösungsansätzen über die Entwicklung von KI-Modellen und Datenprodukten bis zum go-live und Betrieb - realisieren können. Integriert mit Dataiku DSS beschleunigt Snowflake als skalierbare, performante Cloud Data Plattform insbesondere die Teilprozesse Datenbeschaffung, -exploration, -transformation und Feature Engineering, die zusammengenommen bis zu 80% der gesamten Projektdauer beanspruchen können.

Session Takeaways:
- Wie Dataiku DSS den gesamten Machine Learning Prozess und Teamwork mit allen Know-how-Trägern unterstützt
- „Secret Sauce“ von Snowflake’s neuartiger Architektur, die gute Performance auch bei Petabyte-Datenvolumen ermöglicht - unabhängig davon, ob strukturierte und semistruktierte Daten abgefragt oder verarbeitet werden.
- Kombination von Dataiku DSS und Snowflake zu einer integrierten End-to-End Machine Learning Plattform-Architektur zur Umsetzung einer Cloud-basierten Enterprise-AI Strategie

Bitte beachten Sie, dass Sie mit der Registrierung für dieses Webinar zustimmen, dass Ihre Informationen mit Dataiku's Partner Snowflake geteilt werden.
Recorded Apr 9 2020 56 mins
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