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Oct 13 ADV Webinar: Assessing New Databases: Translytical Use Cases

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DATE: October 13, 2022

TIME: 2 PM Eastern / 11 AM Pacific

PRICE: Free to all attendees

About the Webinar

Organizations run their day-in-and-day-out businesses with transactional applications and databases. On the other hand, organizations glean insights and make critical decisions using analytical databases and business intelligence tools.

The transactional workloads are relegated to database engines designed and tuned for transactional high throughput. Meanwhile, the big data generated by all the transactions require analytics platforms to load, store, and analyze volumes of data at high speed, providing timely insights to businesses.

Thus, in conventional information architectures, this requires two different database architectures and platforms: online transactional processing (OLTP) platforms to handle transactional workloads and online analytical processing (OLAP) engines to perform analytics and reporting.

Today, a particular focus and interest of operational analytics includes streaming data ingest and analysis in real time. Some refer to operational analytics as hybrid transaction/analytical processing (HTAP), translytical, or hybrid operational analytic processing (HOAP). We’ll address if this model is a way to create efficiencies in our environments.

About the Speaker

William McKnight

President, McKnight Consulting Group

William McKnight has advised many of the world’s best-known organizations. His strategies form the information management plan for leading companies in numerous industries. He is a prolific author and a popular keynote speaker and trainer. He has performed dozens of benchmarks on leading database, data lake, streaming, and data integration products. William is the #1 global influencer in data warehousing and master data management, and he leads McKnight Consulting Group, which has twice placed on the Inc. 5000 list.

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