The Evolution of IOT Data Management with Joseph A di Paolantonio

Today’s post comes from Joseph A. di Paolantonio, an industry expert working at the convergence of IoT with data management and analytics at DataArchon.com and the Boulder BI Brain Trust. Leveraging a career that started with renewable energy research in graduate school and industry, developing risk assessment models and algorithms for aerospace systems, and managing teams for enterprise data warehousing, BI and data science, Joseph is defining sensor analytics ecosystems to bring value from the IoT.

What’s IOT All About

We have been asking what the IoT is all about for a very long time. Since Kevin Ashton first coined the phrase in 1999, and perhaps even since Nikola Tesla first played with a remote control boat in 1898. For many, the simple act of connecting a device, not a computer, not a router, to the Internet is enough. But even if everything around us, in work, at home, for business, for play, was connected..Does this make the Internet of Things? Does this fulfill much of the hype or any of the stories surrounding the IoT? Not at all.

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SnapLogic Live: Tableau Integration

Data visualization is a hot topic, but is only useful when the most up-to-date data is made available. This SnapLogic Live session features Tableau Integration for customers seeking rapid integration to connect Tableau with other cloud and on-premises applications and data sources.

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Webinar: Introduction to iPaaS – Drivers, Requirements and Use Cases

Synerzip webinarIf you have heard the term “iPaaS” but still aren’t quite sure what it means, join us tomorrow, Wednesday, July 20th at 10am PST, for a webinar in partnership with Synerzip to hear more about this increasingly recognized term and why you might be ready to adopt an integration platform as a service (iPaaS) solution.

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Big Data Management: What’s New, What’s Different, and What You Need to Know

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The world of data is constantly changing. New innovations and challenges are created every day, and industries must be able to keep up. But how do we do that? Data is predictive – only a certain handful of experts can rise up to the challenge to stay in the loop. How does one ensure their preparedness in an ever-changing world of data?

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SnapLogic Live Summer 2016: Hybrid Cloud Integration for Salesforce

After a brief hiatus, we’re kicking off our Summer 2016 SnapLogic Live series next week with Hybrid Cloud Integration for Salesforce. As all SnapLogic Live webinars go, this session will feature a live demo of SnapLogic integration in action, this time with a focus on Salesforce.

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Webinar: 5 Critical Things to Understand About Modern Data Integration

Linthicum-webinar-graphicData integration is not optional. It is a fundamental technology that binds systems and data together to drive the business. The importance of data integration is self-evident. However, in the changing world of IT, the path to effective data integration approaches and technology seems to be out of reach for even the most innovative and well-funded enterprises. The gap seems to be more about understanding than capabilities. Let’s fix that problem.

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Democratizing the Data Lake: The State of Big Data Management in the Enterprise

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Hadoop has emerged as the de facto platform for high-scale data analysis, but many enterprises are struggling to navigate and make use of the information in their growing data lakes. So much data, but what to do what it? Internet giants with big engineering and data science teams have been tolerant of primitive tools and coding-intensive methods, but traditional enterprises want more accessible and mature data access, management and prep options suited to enterprise IT and data-management professionals. Continue reading “Democratizing the Data Lake: The State of Big Data Management in the Enterprise”