Impetusâ€™ experts will host sessions that demonstrate how several of its Fortune 100 customers transformed their big data infrastructure in order to radically improve their businesses
LOS GATOS, Calif. â€“ June 19, 2018 â€“ Impetus Technologies,a big data software products, and services company,Â today announced it will host several customer sessions at theÂ 2018 DataWorks Summit. Attendees are also invited to meet experts from the company at its booth, D4. Impetus, a diamond-level sponsor of the summit, will host the following sessions:
- â€śMigrating Analytics to the Cloud at Fannie Maeâ€śÂ â€“ Tuesday, June 19, 2018, from 2:50 p.m. â€“ 3:30 p.m. Pacific time at the executive ballroom, 210 B/F
Praveen Kankariya, founder and CEO of Impetus, will host the session presented by Kevin Bates, vice president of enterprise data strategy execution at Fannie Mae. The presentation will describe the modernization of Fannie Maeâ€™s analytics platform and the corresponding, full migration of its Netezza assets to the cloud.
- How a Major Bank Leveraged Apache Spark and StreamAnalytix to Rapidly Re-build Their Insider Threat Detection Applicationâ€ť â€“ Wednesday, June 20, 2018, from 4 p.m. â€“ 4:40 p.m. Pacific time at the executive ballroom 210C/G
Anand Venugopal, assistant vice president and head of StreamAnalytix, will discuss how one of the worldâ€™s largest banks, a Fortune 25 customer of Impetus, used a powerful visual platform based on Apache Spark for unified streaming and batch data processing. The project made it possible to rapidly develop and deploy Spark applications for threat detection.
Impetusâ€™ sister company,Â Kyvos InsightsÂ â€“ best known for offering the worldâ€™s fastest business intelligence on big data platforms â€“ will also host a customer session titled â€śBI on Big Data With Instant Response Times.â€ť Arun Jinde, technical architect at Verizon, will discuss how the company uncovered previously unavailable insights and used them to deliver business value.
â€śIn recent years organizations across industries have made extensive investments in big data infrastructure,â€ť said Kankariya. â€śToday the tools, best-of-breed open source solutions, and expertise required to act on data as it originates are readily available but have not yet been fully exploited. Weâ€™re working with our customers to help them achieve the full promise of their big data infrastructure today.â€ť
Kankariya will also address the general assembly on the â€śFoundation for Corporate Success in the Intelligent Futureâ€ť during theÂ openingÂ of the conference, which will include keynote presentations by Rob Bearden, CEO of Hortonworks, and other industry leaders.