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In-Memory Computing: A Discussion on Lifting the Burden of Big Data
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Business data is growing at an incredible rate, and organizations of all sizes, across all countries and industries, have to face the challenge of scaling up their data infrastructure to meet this new pressure. Advances in server hardware and application design have led to a potential solution: in-memory computing. This webinar will discuss recent findings from Aberdeen Group's December 2011 study on the current state of Big Data, which showed that organizations that had adopted in-memory computing were not only able to analyze larger amounts of data in less time than their competitors - they were literally orders of magnitude faster. Also featured will be a representative from a company that has already invested in this technology, to speak about their experiences in implementing this new tool and the impact it had on business performance.
About Our Presenters:
Nathaniel Rowe, Research Analyst, Enterprise Data Management, Aberdeen Group
Nathaniel Rowe is a Research Analyst in the Enterprise Data Management practice at Aberdeen Group. His practice focuses on the rapidly growing volume of business data, and the Best-in-Class practices for the creation, capture, management and analysis of this information. His research topics cover everything from physical documents, unstructured data, master data records, and the ever important “Big Data” problem facing modern companies. Nathaniel holds a BA from Yale University. He was appointed as a Kern Fellow in Yale’s Department of Digital Media and Dissemination following graduation, and worked for several years in the electronic disaster recovery industry before joining Aberdeen.
Amit Sinha, VP, SAP HANA Marketing
Amit led the market introduction of SAP HANA across database, data-warehouse and real-time applications markets. He has worked closely with customers to drive business use cases and successful introduction of this breakthrough technology. Prior to this role, as VP of Business Network Transformation, Amit was responsible for driving the phenomenon of collaboration across business boundaries through innovations in SAP's Portfolio. He has worked with customers on new cloud based collaborative applications that empower people & communities to collaborate, leverage information for collaborative decision making and ultimately enhance the company's business model. Amit has also worked in the solution marketing team for SAP NetWeaver, enabling field teams globally on product positioning, pricing, go to market campaigns and customer references. In addition, he was also responsible for IT practices related to consolidation, adaptive computing, lifecycle management, application governance and security for SAP NetWeaver.
Dave Carlisle, Chief Application Architect- Enterprise Business IT, Hewlett Packard Company
Dave has over 10 years of experience in developing and architecting enterprise applications, including significant SAP technical experience. Dave is currently leading an effort to transform both the technical architecture and the business experience around the SAP footprint within HP IT.
Erik Lillestolen, WW Solution Product Manager, SAP BI Appliances, Business Critical Systems, Hewlett Packard
Erik Lillestolen joined HP's Converged Application Solutions organization in 2010, leading product responsibilities WW for SAP's Business Intelligence appliances. Erik has been at HP for over 16 years providing leadership roles in Supply Chain, R&D and Marketing, most recently as the Solution Product Manager for SAP HANA and SAP NetWeaver Business Warehouse Accelerator. Previous roles in HP included Linux security and Linux Federal program management as well as management leadership roles in HP's Supply Chain and R&D organizations. Erik was a Sr. design engineer with Hamilton Standard prior to joining HP in 1995.