Data Summit - Boston, May 2018

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DATA SUMMIT - Boston, May 2018
The Data Summit conference is a unique event that brings together IT practitioners and business stakeholders alike at its fourth annual conference in New York City this spring. Top corporations, government agencies, and public institutions gather together to learn about the leading technologies and strategies for succeeding in this increasingly data-driven world. Attendees get a comprehensive educational experience designed to guide them through all of today’s key issues in data management and analysis. Take advantage of the many opportunities for peer interaction through panel discussions and provocative talks. Whether your interests lie in the technical possibilities and challenges of new and emerging technologies or using Big Data for business intelligence, analytics, and other business strategies, Data Summit has something for you!
This intense 2-day immersion into the major technologies and strategies for becoming a data-driven business is co-located with Data Security Forum as well as Hadoop Day on Tuesday and Virtualization Day on Wednesday.

If you want to connect with the best minds in the industry, discover what works in the real world, and begin charting your course forward, this is where you need to be. All attendees can take advantage of access to the Data Solutions Showcase, where companies with solutions to your data challenges will be displaying their products and services.

Some Topics Covers :
  • Harnessing the Hadoop Ecosystem
  • Moving to a Modern Data Architecture
  • Unlocking the Power of the Data Lake
  • Machine-Learning With Apache Spark
  • Data Engineering for the Internet of Things
  • Data Security
  • Data Science in the Real World
  • Succeeding With Predictive Analytics
  • Taking Advantage of In-Memory Computing
  • Making the Shift From Relational to NoSQL
  • The Rise of Data-as-a-Service
  • The Future of Data Warehousing
  • Overcoming Big Data Integration Challenges
  • Increasing Agility Through Virtualization & Cloud
  • Moving From Traditional BI to Data Discovery