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Big Data, Analytics and Hadoop Workshop

As organizations look to embrace big data and Hadoop, they have numerous questions: "How can I deal with data preparation on Hadoop?" "How does utilizing Hadoop impact visualization and other kinds of analysis?" "What kind of analytical techniques are available to analyze Hadoop data?" "How do I use Hadoop with in-memory processing?"

Big data opportunities hidden in Hadoop are best exploited with modern analytic techniques. SAS marries the power of world-class analytics with Hadoop's ability to use commodity-based storage and large-scale data processing. This integration provides benefits organizations looking to get the most from their big data assets.

Join us on 20 November, Thursday to learn how you can uncover patterns and trends in Hadoop data with an interactive and visual environment for analytics.

Workshop Details

Date & Time:  20 November 2014, Thursday | 8.30AM - 12PM (Breakfast Provided)
Venue:           SAS Office, Level 8, Twenty Anson, 20 Anson Road, S(079912) See Map
Cost:              Complimentary with breakfast provided

Agenda

0830 - 0900: Getting to Know You & Breakfast
0900 - 1030: Hadoop Made Simpler and More Powerful
1030 - 1200: Interactively Explore and Visualize Hadoop Data

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About the Presenter

Shanmuga Sunthar, Chief Technology Officer, SAS Singapore
Shan is a veteran in the IT industry with hands-on experience in the area of Business Analytics, end-to-end Business Intelligence Solution Architecture, Business Intelligence Competency Center (BICC), Integration Competency Center (ICC), Enterprise Architecture, Business Intelligence Solutions, Data Warehousing Solutions, Business Activity Platform/Monitoring (Real-time Enterprise), CRM Solutions & IT Consulting.

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