On-Demand Webinar

Supercharge Your SAS®: Moving From Desktops to Servers

Join us for a one-hour webinar and demo to find out how to amp up your SAS® solutions by moving from a desktop to servers for better performance, new features and improved functionality.

 

About the webinar

Ever wondered what life would be like if your copy of SAS were moved from your desktop to a server?

Join us for a one-hour webinar and demonstration to find out what you've been missing – including better performance, new features and improved functionality.

What we'll cover:

  • Performance and scalability improvements gained by moving from desktop SAS to server SAS (including grid deployments).
  • Security improvements gained by moving to a centrally managed environment.
  • Additional SAS technology/functionality that is only available in a server environment.
  • Using new SAS in-memory technology to improve performance of data preparation and analytics.

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About the Experts

Speaker 1

Raymund Riegl, SAS

Raymund Riegl is a Systems Engineer at SAS with data management and open source technologies expertise. He is a graduate of the University of Houston with a BS in computer science.

Speaker 2

Jordan Green, SAS

As a Systems Engineer at SAS, Jordan Green combines his knowledge of business and SAS technology to enable customers to quickly identify, understand and solve problems that exist within their business environments. His current projects include advising on SAS architecture and implementing reporting systems for multiple lines of business. Green is a graduate of North Carolina State University, where he studied business and computer science.
 

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