As a Platinum Sponsor, Companyâ€™s Session to Highlight Best Practices for Assessing and Planning for Data Migration, Managing Security and Building a BI Consumption Layer for Business Users
LOS GATOS, Calif. â€“ June 22, 2016 â€“ Kyvos Insights,Â a big data analyticsÂ company, today announced that its vice president of products, Ajay Anand, will present at the Hadoop Summit, the leading conference for the Apache Hadoop community, on June 28-30 at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California. As a platinum-level sponsor, Kyvos Insights will be co-leading a session on accelerating data warehouse migration to Hadoop.
Details of Kyvos Insightsâ€™ session at the conference are as follows:
Speakers:Â Kyvos Insightsâ€™ vice president of products, Ajay Anand and Vineet Tyagi, CTO, Impetus Technologies
Session Track:Â Technical â€“ Cloud and Operations
Session Title:Â â€śAccelerating Data Warehouse Migration to Hadoopâ€ť
Date/Time/Room:Â Wednesday, June 29, 11:30 a.m.-12:10 pPT, Room 230C
Session Details:Â This session will discuss how organizations are increasingly seeking alternatives to traditional enterprise data warehouses (EDW), and as a result, are considering a move to Hadoop for its cost-effective and scalable framework for storing and processing big data. Attendees will learn the best practices for assessing what can be migrated, performing an impact/ROI analysis, and developing plans for data migration, offloading ETL, managing security and building a consumable data layer for business users. It will also evaluate results obtained by enterprises that have embarked on this journey, including an assessment of operational benefits, acceptance by end users and reduction in time to market.
Kyvos Insights will be exhibiting at booth number 1105, where it will demonstrate the latest version of Kyvos, a massively scalable, self-service analytics solution designed to make big data lakes ready for BI analysts. Announced today, Kyvos 2.0 builds upon its native integration and support for the Hadoop platform, and incorporates enterprise-grade functionality to improve analysts access to the data lake, including advanced security support, improved performance and scalability, and integration with additional BI tools.
â€śBig data migration to Hadoop will continue to be critical for enterprises due to its cost-effectiveness and scalable framework. By partnering with Impetus, we are leveraging years of experience in successful deployment of Hadoop-based big data solutions,â€ť said Anand. â€śIn addition, weâ€™re looking forward to showcasing the new capabilities of Kyvos, delivering secure, scalable, high-performance access to the data lake for business users.â€ť
Members of the media and analyst communities interested in speaking with Kyvos Insights at the conference should contactÂ firstname.lastname@example.org.