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The Briefing Room with Robin Bloor and ParAccel
Live Webcast on Feb. 19, 2013
Experienced analysts know there is no single platform that can handle all types of analytic processing efficiently. Invariably, data-driven organizations will use a variety of engines to refine their raw data into usable insights. There are several down sides to this heterogeneity, not the least of which is poor collaboration. But that's starting to change, as many companies focus on creative ways to foster analytical cooperation.
Check out the slides from this episode of The Briefing Room to hear veteran Analyst Dr. Robin Bloor explain why collaboration in the design and use of analytical applications can have wide-ranging impacts on an organization. He'll be briefed by John Santaferraro of ParAccel, who will tout his company's Cooperative Analytic Processing Architecture, designed to perform sophisticated deep analytics on large amounts of data quickly. CAPA can orchestrate the processing power of other engines in its ecosystem, including data warehouses and Hadoop implementations.