In this session, SnapLogic's Maneesh Joshi will share perspective on why the data integration market is ripe for disruption and what that means to data scientists and data integration professionals. This coverc critical topics for companies that desperately need big insights to remain competitive, but also require help as they struggle to digest massive amounts of data from a variety of sources. Because analytics algorithms are only as good as the comprehensiveness of the data they process, keeping data current and relevant is crucial before the battle for data insights even begins.
This session covers:
==> SnapLogic’s vision for the future of integration, and integration’s role in empowering companies to be more agile and competitive
==> Pragmatic techniques for integrating across today’s increasingly disparate data varieties (unstructured vs. flat files), growing volumes of information (Hadoop clusters vs. data warehouses), and increasing velocities of data (real time vs. batch)
==>Tips for integrating Hadoop data with other data sources, including leading Business Intelligence (BI) apps, for better information flow and decision-making
==> Best practices for dramatically lowering integration costs and improving time to value
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Maneesh Joshi has over 15 years of experience in the enterprise software space, primarily in application and data integration. In his current role as Senior Director of Product Marketing at leading enterprise cloud integration company SnapLogic, he is responsible for its global go-to market strategy and product marketing. Prior to this position, Maneesh was the head of platform product marketing at Informatica. He started his career as a key member of the team that built Oracle’s Service Oriented Architecture and Business Process Management businesses. Before running product marketing for this group, he managed product planning, architecture, and engineering operations for Oracle’s integration products. Maneesh holds a B.S. in Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, where he graduated with honors. He also received an M.S. in Engineering from the University of California, Davis, and an M.B.A. from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.