Enterprise-grade Hadoop: Unlock the value of the data lake and scale without compromise
Date: This event took place live on June 09 2016
Presented by: David Wang
Duration: Approximately 60 minutes.
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As organizations strive to identify and realize the value in Big Data, many now seek more agile and capable analytic systems. Apache Hadoop is a software framework that provides measurable savings and value for storage and data processing at tremendous scale. While many have piloted Hadoop as a data repository for simple workloads, there is much more value that can be created from Hadoop by leveraging the data in the platform more, to interact with the data and uncover new business insights. But challenges exist, limiting this value and leaving opportunity on the table.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise has developed a solution that solves these challenges through a robust, yet flexible, offering to deliver a future-proof data-centric foundation that scales with your evolving business needs.
HPE's hundreds of data scientists, and 3000+ dedicated global analytics & data management professionals are ready to help you unlock the value hidden in your data.
About David Wang, Senior Solutions Marketing Manager, Big Data – HPE
David Wang, Senior Solutions Marketing Manager, Big Data for HPE, is an expert in helping enterprises become data-driven organizations at the convergence of business and IT transformation. David has extensive experience working closely with companies across multiple industries to drive business outcomes by applying big data and analytics across their products, services, and operations.
Prior to joining HPE, David was responsible for business strategy at GE Digital, analyzing and uncovering opportunities to drive operational productivity and revenue growth applying big data and analytics across a number of industry verticals for GE's business units, being instrumental to GE's $1B+ digital transformation.
David graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology with a bachelor's of science in electrical engineering and earned an M.B.A. from the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California.