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The Only Thing That Is Constant Is Change. Big Data Trends and Directions Webinar

- October 26, 2016 - 2 Comments

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The Greek philosopher Heraclitus is the source of the phrase “The Only Thing That Is Constant Is Change”.  His saying is totally applicable to today’s world of Big Data and Analytics. Our industry landscape is constantly changing, no doubt about that!

Think about it a bit from a technology point of view: Hadoop, Spark, NoSQL, Machine Learning, Data Virtualization, Data Preparation and on and on… Just take a look at the left – it’s all the Big Data technology waves and happenings according to Forbes/Forrester for 2016

Got all that? So, what to do?  How to keep up and stay current? Well, one thing would be to attend our November 11 webinar – a joint production from Cisco and Intel.

In the session we will be discussing recent big data trends including real-time streaming analytics and how big data technologies are going to play a significant role in data analytics. We will cover Cisco solutions differentiation and how an industry leading partnership with Intel helps to unlock value from your big data.

We have key leads from both company’s: Karthik Kulkarni, one of our factory-based Big Data Solution Architects will speak for Cisco while Tim Abels, Systems Architect Principal Engineer will highlight the Intel perspective.  So no marketing architecture fluff here – just two hard-core technologists presenting their view of our industry.  Interested? Then please register here.

For more information on Cisco Big Data and Analytics solutions visit www.cisco.com/go/bigdata.  While you can start learning about Intel’s Big Data capabilities here.

 

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  1. Thanks for sharing Rex... look forward to the discussion.

    Super excited to see the Cisco and Intel partnership driving Big Data and Analytics solutions.

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