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Reinventing the Data Warehouse with In-Memory Data Fabric from SAP

In March we introduced the In-Memory Fabric, SAP’s new enterprise data warehousing architecture.  The In-Memory Data Fabric, is based on SAP HANA, and takes our customers to the next Data Warehousing level – offering a modular solution with pre-integrated technologies optimized for different logical data requirements.

Join us for the TDWI Summer Series that discusses today’s data warehousing challenges and provides a clear understanding of the value of our In-Memory Data Fabric architecture; highlighting the numerous benefits. Register Today!

Date: June 25, 2014

In-Memory Fabric: A Modern Approach to Data Warehouse Architecture

Business reasons for a faster, more lean, and more virtual data warehouse 

Speaker: Philip Russom. TDWI Research Director

Date: July 24, 2014

Modernize Data Warehousing with Hadoop, Data Virtualization, and In-Memory Techniques

Business reasons for a faster, more lean, and more virtual data warehouse 

Speaker: Philip Russom, TDWI Research Director

Date: August 21, 2014

Stream Processing: Streaming Data in Real-time In-Memory

The implications of advanced analytics and in-memory computing

on business decision making and the organization

Speaker: Fern Halper, TDWI Research Director

Date: August 27, 2014

Achieving Faster and More Agile BI and Analytics with Virtual Data Processing

The key elements of emerging virtual or federated data architectures,

and how traditional data warehouse architectures can make the transition

Speaker: David Stodder, TDWI Research Director

Date: September 11, 2014

Architecture Matters Real-time In-memory Technologies Do Not Make Data Warehousing Obsolete

What the new architectural fabric looks like—the extended data warehouse (XDW),

and how it is impacting and improving today’s data warehouse architectures

Speaker: Claudia Imhoff, President of Intelligent Solutions

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