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The topic for the 3rd webinar in the exciting Big Data Webinar series will focus on the importance of Data Virtualization. With the growing number of fragmented data sources that many organizations are having to deal with,  it is far better to analyze the data where it currently exists.  This is certainly less risky and more efficient. The concept is not new; SAP has just aided its evolution to meet the requirements for speed, security and redundancy needed to access Big Data with a non-disruptive intelligent architecture to provision enterprise-wide data from heterogeneous systems.

The webinar will be presented by John Schitka, who is part of the Big Data Solution Marketing team and Ashok Swaminathan, Product Marketing – Database and Technology who between them bring a wealth of insight and years of experience. 

Title: Big Data – Smarter Data Virtualization

Abstract: SAP HANA smart data access provides non-disruptive intelligent architecture to provision enterprise-wide data from heterogeneous systems such as Hadoop, Teradata, SAP Sybase ASE and SAP Sybase IQ. Key Learnings of the

  • Understand how SAP brings in-memory computing to data federation and it will optimize where data is stored and acted upon.
  • Learn how customers can easily build unified transactional-analytical applications with secure access to data across their business networks without large data transfers
  • Discover how in-memory computing lets organizations get results from the core process in real-time, providing a single version of truth on which business can act

Date: July 16, 2013, 5-6pm CET/8-9am PST

Link to access the webinar (live or recorded) http://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/9727/79917. Be sure to login 5 mins earlier so that you have time to complete the short registration

If you want to share your impressions or follow the conversation on twitter then be sure to use the following  #SAP #BigData. Also noteJohn’s twitter handle is @johnschitka if

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