Eliminate ETL and Data Copies While Improving Time To Insight
DATE: April 27, 2021
TIME: 2 PM Eastern / 11 AM Pacific
PRICE: Free to all attendees
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About the Webinar
While BI dashboards are great at democratizing analytics in organizations, the architecture that traditionally powers them has hidden consequences that have serious impacts on the business.
This architecture is based on a 30-year-old paradigm that requires many different systems, ETL jobs, and copies of data in data marts, data warehouses, and BI extracts. One downside of many is that it takes many days if not weeks to answer a different business question with this architecture. The negative consequences are further multiplied by the tens, hundreds, or even thousands of dashboards needed to run a data-driven organization.
Now, there’s a straightforward way to overcome these challenges that many organizations are already taking advantage of, an open cloud data lake architecture and Dremio
Join Jason Hughes, Technical Director at Dremio, for this webinar to learn how you can migrate BI dashboards to Dremio to quickly provide interactive dashboards to data consumers without the issues of the traditional architecture — and finally deliver the benefits always promised by BI.
What you’ll learn:
- Why BI dashboards’ traditional architecture implemented at scale causes many issues, which hinder the very insights it promises.
- How a Dremio-powered cloud data lake architecture eliminates or mitigates the negative consequences of the traditional approach.
- Step-by-step instructions for migrating a BI dashboard to run directly on a cloud data lake, both a self-contained example and your own dashboards.
About the Speaker
Technical Director, Dremio
Jason Hughes is a Technical Director at Dremio. Previously, he was a Senior Solutions Architect at Dremio and before that spent time in multiple roles at Teradata, including being the pre-sales and post sales lead for Presto and Teradata QueryGrid for the Americas and in product management in Teradata’s Analytical Ecosystem. Prior to that, he developed, deployed, and managed a custom CRM system for multiple auto dealerships. He is passionate about making customers and individuals successful and self-sufficient.