Gone are the days when enterprises had all of their apps and data sources on-premises. Today is the era of big data, cloud and hybrid deployments. More and more enterprises are rapidly adopting different SaaS applications and hosting their solutions in public clouds including Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure. But soon enterprises realize that their SaaS applications and on-premises data sources are not integrated with their public cloud footprint and the integration itself becomes an expensive and time consuming undertaking.
SnapLogic and Amazon Web Services are hosting a series of exclusive live seminars starting this week in Dallas. Next week we’ll be in Chicago and New York, followed by Palo Alto later in the month. The seminar series is focused on the future of data warehouse solutions and analytics in the modern enterprise. A key question that we’ll address is: Is the Data Warehouse Dead? Continue reading “Is the Data Warehouse Dead?”
Interested in data integration and cloud analytics? Join us tomorrow for a live webinar featuring SnapLogic customer Earth Networks, and how they used SnapLogic and Amazon Web Services to deliver analytics in the cloud.
Earth Networks leverages big data from its vast, worldwide network of sensors monitoring weather and greenhouse gases to provide weather alerts for governments and consumers. Because minutes matter when severe weather looms, Earth Networks must quickly retrieve and analyze large datasets from many sources. Driven in part by explosive data growth from mobile devices, Earth Networks needed a better and more scalable solution.
Enter SnapLogic and Amazon Web Services. In this live webinar, we’ll discuss how Earth Networks was able to create a responsive, self-service cloud for data integration, preparation and analytics. Register now to learn how Earth Networks:
- Reduced its on-premises datacenter from 300 to 7 server instances leveraging Amazon Web Services
- Gained faster data insights using SnapLogic’s Amazon Redshift data integration to quickly integrate, transfer and analyze data from multiple applications
If you can’t make tomorrow’s session, we’ll be sending out a recording of the webinar and presentation slides for those interested. Register here.