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Hadoop World 2011 Keynote: The Future of Data Management - James Markarian, Informatica

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James Markarian will discuss historical trends and technology shifts in data management and how the data deluge has contributed to the emergence of Apache Hadoop. James will showcase examples of how forward-looking organizations are leveraging Hadoop to maximize their Return on Data to improve insight and operations. By sharing his perspective about this next major analytics platform, James will discuss why Hadoop is poised to change the face of analytics and data management. Finally he will challenge the Hadoop ecosystem to work together to close the remaining technology gaps in Hadoop.

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  1. 1. The Future of Data Management James Markarian Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer Informatica November 9, 2011© 2011 Informatica. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multipleassumptions and uncertainties and does not necessarily represent the company’s outlook.
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  3. 3. © 2011 Informatica. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multipleassumptions and uncertainties and does not necessarily represent the company’s outlook.
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