With the introduction of big data and cloud platforms, a tsunami of new technologies and products for data storage, processing, and analytics has been introduced. Hadoop, Spark, NoSQL, NewSQL, triplestores, SQL-on-Hadoop are just a few of the countless technologies that have become available for developing big data systems. But also so many new powerful database engines have entered the market, including Amazon Athena, Exasol, Google BigQuery, Microsoft Synapse, MongoDB, Neo4j, SingleStore, SnowflakeDB, Splice Machine, and Starburst.
Most organizations have many questions. How mature are all these new technologies? Are they worthy replacements for the more traditional SQL products? How should they be incorporated in existing data warehouse architecture? Should they be used to develop data lakes? Are they the perfect platforms for data science, or for operational BI?
This seminar gives a clear, extensive, and critical overview of all the new key technologies for storing, processing, and analyzing big data. Technologies are explained, market overviews are presented, strengths and weaknesses are discussed, and guidelines and best practices are given. It’s the perfect update for those interested in the new market of big data technology.
1. Big Data: State of the art
2. Analytical SQL Database Servers
3. The World of Hadoop and Spark
4. NoSQL Database Stores
5. Exploring Data in Hadoop Using SQL
6. NewSQL database servers for transaction workloads
7. Concluding Remarks
What You Will Learn:
Geared to: IT architects; database specialists; big data specialists; BI specialists; data warehouse designers; technology planners; technical architects; enterprise architects; IT consultants; IT strategists; systems analysts; database developers; database administrators; solutions architects; data architects.
Rick van der Lans is a highly-respected independent analyst, consultant, author, and internationally acclaimed lecturer specializing in data architectures, data warehousing, business intelligence, big data, and database technology. In 2018 he was selected the sixth most influential BI analyst worldwide by onalytica.com.
He has presented countless seminars, webinars, and keynotes at industry-leading conferences. He also helps clients worldwide to design their data warehouse, big data, and business intelligence architectures and solutions and assists them with selecting the right products.