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Big Data Summit Dallas -- April 27

Register for FREE to learn how to manage growing data volumes and run highly advanced analytics for deeper insights into your data with new technologies like MPP data warehouses, MapReduce, and advanced analytic frameworks. Speakers include Lenin Gali from ShareThis and industry analyst Colin White. Sponsored by Aster Data, MicroStrategy, and Dell.

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News Highlights

TDWI's Best of BI: 2009 in Review & 2010 Predictions

Each year we select a few of TDWI's best, most well-received, hard-hitting articles, research, and information, and present them to you in this publication. Stephen Swoyer kicks off this issue with a review of recent major BI developments. This issue describes 2009 in ups and downs: the year saw more vendor winners than losers, but a down economy and consolidation still claimed others.

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TDWI Webinar
  • The Growing Practice of Operational Data Integration

    Analytic data integration continues to be an expanding practice that’s usually applied to data warehousing and business intelligence. However, operational data integration (usually applied to the consolidation, collocation, migration, upgrade, or synchronization of operational databases) is growing even faster.

Critical Success Factors Deploying Pervasive BI

This white paper by James Markarian, Informatica Chief Technology Officer; Stephen Brobst, Teradata Chief Technology Officer; and Jeff Bedell, MicroStrategy Chief Technology Officer makes recommendations about moving to pervasive BI.

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