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Beyond Batch: Is ETL still relevant in the API economy?

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Industry thought leaders Gaurav Dhillon and David Linthicum discuss the future of cloud integration and data management in the API economy. Topics from this webinar and the accompanying slides …

Industry thought leaders Gaurav Dhillon and David Linthicum discuss the future of cloud integration and data management in the API economy. Topics from this webinar and the accompanying slides include: key considerations of today's CIOs, approaching the reality of the multi-cloud world and new solutions for managing cloud and on-premise data.

To learn more, visit: http://www.snaplogic.com/.

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    • 1. Beyond Batch: Is ETL still relevant in the API economy?
    • 2. Your Presenters Dave Linthicum SVP, Cloud Technology Partners, Analyst, GigaOM Research Gaurav Dhillon CEO, SnapLogic
    • 3. Today’s agenda • The Multi-Cloud Reality • The Integrator’s Dilemma • Discussion and Q&A • Final Thoughts and Next Steps
    • 4. Key considerations of today’s CIOs • Decrease cost • Compress time to market • Increase agility
    • 5. The promise of multi-cloud On site Public Hosted
    • 6. The multi-cloud world is a reality, however… • • • • • Data integration is missing Batch cannot keep up New silos are emerging Costs are higher than expected Efficiency is lower than expected
    • 7. New approaches are emerging • • • • • Addressing real-time data needs Addressing data quality and relevancy Addressing cloud-based and on-premise data Addressing data governance and security Selecting the right data integration technology
    • 8. Today’s agenda • The Multi-Cloud Reality • The Integrator’s Dilemma • Discussion and Q&A • Final Thoughts and Next Steps
    • 9. Is ETL dead?
    • 10. ETL is still relevant today … for reporting and analysis on historical structured data
    • 11. But, today’s information expectations are.. Dynamic Fresh Stream Static NOT Out-of-Date Store
    • 12. IT is struggling with these new expectations BYOC BYOD
    • 13. And, its only going to get worse… The Internet of Everything
    • 14. So they face the Integrator’s Dilemma… Buses and Bulldozers don’t fly in the era of Cloud, Social, Mobile, and Big Data ESB ETL
    • 15. If innovation adhered to old principles… Henry Ford would have built a faster horse!
    • 16. It’s time to rethink integration!
    • 17. Today’s agenda • The Multi-Cloud Reality • The Integrator’s Dilemma • Discussion and Q&A • Final Thoughts and Next Steps
    • 18. Discussion and Q&A
    • 19. Today’s agenda • The Multi-Cloud Reality • The Integrator’s Dilemma • Discussion and Q&A • Final Thoughts and Next Steps
    • 20. Takeaways 1. Assess your business requirements 2. Assess your “as is” state 3. Define your data integration needs and vision 4. Think real-time, think cloud 5. Select the right technology 6. Get moving!
    • 21. Takeaways 1. Embrace Cloud, Social, Mobile, and Big Data 2. Ask the right questions 3. First conceptualize the ideal state, then go hunting for the solution 4. Understand the new boundary conditions 5. Be that change agent
    • 22. Learn more… 1. Download the white paper 1. Visit snaplogic.com/resources for case studies, videos, data sheets, webinars, etc. 1. Register for the semi-monthly TechTalk atsnaplogic.com/techtalk
    • 23. Thank You!

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