Today at the Open Source Business Conference 2011 in San Francisco, Revolution Analytics' CEO David Champagne will be joinging a panel discussion on the "New Data Stack" (a theme we've touched on here a few times before). If you're going to OSBC, details about the panel discussion are in the alert below:
Revolution R Powers Analytics in the New Data Stack : Open Source Business Conference 2011
WHAT: OSBC 2011: Finding Gold in the New Data Stack WHEN: 11:40 AM PDT, May 16 WHERE: Hilton Union Square, San Francisco
Spurred by explosion of big data, enterprises today face a significant challenge in processing, sorting and analyzing their business data. Given the added complexity that comes with analyzing massive data sets and unstructured data, organizations have begun to rethink portions of their IT infrastructure as it relates to data analysis. A new “data stack” is emerging as a result, with open source companies offering a modern architected, flexible alternative to legacy data solutions.
Revolution Analytics CTO David Champagne will join a panel of executives from leading open source companies Cloudera, Jaspersoft, Couchbase and Neo, as well as Wells Fargo, to discuss the rise of the new data stack, and the benefits it provides organizations seeking to leverage complex data sets for business purposes. The discussion will touch on key themes and trends in the modern data arena, including powering analytics with R.
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OSBC 2011: Agenda