Coffee Talk: Modern Data Integration Strategies for Continuous, Growing, and Changing Requirements
Webinar Speaker: David Stodder, Senior Director of Research for BI, TDWI
Date: Thursday, September 29, 2022
Time: 9:00 a.m. PT, 12:00 p.m. ET
Join us live to receive a $5 Starbucks gift card!*
This Coffee Talk is part of the TDWI Modernization Series, which includes a corresponding playbook of the key takeaways to help you take action on the best practices shared. Sign up for the Coffee Talk and pre-save your analyst report – we will send it to you when published in October!
Data integration has never been more demanding—and never more confusing. Organizations are digitally transforming applications, migrating to the cloud, democratizing business intelligence and analytics, and developing AI/ML as part of data-driven business strategies. People and applications need continuous flows of integrated data from hundreds, if not thousands, of diverse data sources.
Organizations are under pressure to match data integration technologies such as ETL, ELT, CDC, data pipelines, and data streaming with the right data sources, target platforms, transformation objectives, and business use cases. Too often, organizations end up with disparate data integration systems that are hard to scale, compete for resources, and demand significant technical expertise. Legacy technologies and practices hold organizations back as data sources and demands change.
Join this TDWI webinar to learn how you can develop a modern data integration strategy that meets today’s requirements and enables future growth and agility.
Topics to be discussed include:
- TDWI research trends into current practices and challenges across industries
- How to match data integration options with the right use cases—and the potential for unified data integration
- AI-infused automation trends in data integration
- Why DataOps is important for data integration scalability, agility, and resilience
Dima Spivak is the COO of products at StreamSets, where he had previously been VP, engineering. Before joining StreamSets, he was a software engineer at Cloudera as well as a committer and member of the Project Management Committee on the Apache HBase project.