Big Data Webinar- Gain New Insight from Hadoop
In any Big Data webinar series, not covering Hadoop would make it in-complete as its becoming a major force and top-of-mind technology for many who are embarking on their Big Data journey. While there are many benefits for using the open source data platform for storing and analyzing enormous and ever growing volume of Big Data there are certain use cases where Hadoop is absolutely necessary but not sufficient.
The next webinar in the series will be presented by Yuvaraj Athur Raghuvir who kicked of the series with an Introduction to SAP Big Data technologies . He will highlight how SAP extends Hadoop to enable you to to drive even greater value for your business
Title: Gain New Insight from Hadoop
Attend this Webcast to learn how you can gain new insight from large volumes of data stored in Hadoop. Learn how you can use SAP HANA smart data access to federate queriesto Hadoop, enabling you to access remote data as if it were stored locally (without data movement). Or use SAP Data Services to push text data processing down into Hadoop without programming to extract relevant content from unstructured text, which can be rapidly loaded into SAP HANA for deeper analysis with structured data. Explore various uses cases to better understand the value that Hadoop can bring to your enterprise.
Date: July 24, 2013, 5-6pm CET/8-9am PST
Link to webinar: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/9727/79921
Use the hashtag #SAP #BigData to follow the conversation on twitter or share your impressions and if you want to mention Yuvaraj his twitter handle is
Additionally be sure to check out the blog by David Burdett on delivering business value using HANA and Hadoop and download the CIO guide where he provides overview of Hadoop, compares Hadoop with other databases and how to combine the usage of Hadoop with SAP technologies
Check out upcoming topics in the Big Data webinar series and let me know if you would like to have an additional that you would like to see covered
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