Life in Hell: The Experience of Successful BI Managers
by mark madsen, CEO at Third Nature on Dec 07, 2010
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Life in Hell: The Experience of Successful BI Managers - retitled from the boring original. ...
Life in Hell: The Experience of Successful BI Managers - retitled from the boring original.
Growing business intelligence from a departmental deployment or pilot project to an enterprise scale is not as simple as buying more licenses. Increasing the scope of BI means taking into account a broader set of information needs in the organization, increasing the size and variety of data needed in a warehouse or mart. Broader use implies more varied delivery needs, as well as scaling up the user count. Increasing the scope of use also raises the importance of managing day to day operations and reliability.
This webcast will discuss factors to consider when increasing the scope of a BI program, and what requirements that puts on components of the technology infrastructure.
Different axes of enterprise scale
How information delivery requirements change as you expand BI
The impacts of growth on operations and administration
Slides from a webcast for TDWI. You can listen to the full webcast and see the Jaspersoft/Talend presentations here: http://ow.ly/3lkHj
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