Live Webinar

Architecting for a Reduced TCO of Analytics in the Cloud with SAS Viya

Wednesday, 20 October
11am – 12pm (AEDT) | 1pm – 2pm (NZDT)

Cost: Complimentary

    About the webinar

    Cloud technologies can drive enormous value from data and analytical platforms, at a lower cost than traditional on premise architectures. As organisations transition to modern cloud architectures, what are the key factors that drive these greater outcomes, and lower costs?

    These questions will be answered in this session and will dive deeper into how SAS Viya has adopted these core principles and can help organisations maximise their value from their investments.

    Why attend:

    • Discover how to architect a cloud data and analytics platform to optimize your costs
    • Learn about where SAS Viya can seamlessly integrate with your cloud data sources
    • See where SAS Viya can improve your cloud data and analytics platform

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    About the Experts

    Matthew Knight
    Senior Solutions Architect

    Matthew is a Senior Solutions Architect within the Customer Advisory team at SAS. Matthew has been working with SAS customers for over 8 years, architecting and implementing operational data & analytics platforms across both cloud and on-premise architectures. Now works closely with SAS customers to provide advice and guidance on improving their approach to analytics and data in a digital, cloud focused world. 

    Gordon James (Moderator)
    Pre-sales Manager, NZ

    Gordon’s career in data and analytics spans over three decades. He joined SAS in the mid ’90s after several years managing BI & data warehousing teams in the Insurance industry in South Africa. His career at SAS has included roles in Tech Support, Education, Consulting and most recently as a member of the SAS NZ Leadership Team, where he heads up Customer Advisory Services. On any given Sunday you may catch a glimpse of him on his adventure motorcycle cruising along the dusty backroads of the NZ countryside.