Modern use cases such as the customer journey and hyperpersonalization have blurred the boundaries between operational and analytics systems. Legacy operational databases and enterprise data warehouses find it really challenging to keep up with the demands in terms of agility and variety and playing in an ecosystem of open source ML and cloud data platforms, where everything is consumed as a service.
Raghu Chakravarth explores key considerations when building an Agile data warehouse and outlines a reference architecture for hybrid data. You’ll understand how a next-gen hybrid data architecture with an operational data warehouse as its foundation unifies the operational and analytics capabilities to help deliver on modern use cases. You’ll also learn how to implement a hybrid operational data warehouse that is agile enough to address the changing needs and flexible enough to give you the best cost for performance and helps you leverage existing IT investments. Raghu concludes by examining the needs and demands of personas such as data scientists, business analysts, and IT and business users who bring unique hyperpersonalization requirements to tomorrow’s data architecture.
This session is sponsored by Actian.
Raghu Chakravarthi is the senior vice president at Actian, where he’s responsible for products, R&D, and support services and leads the teams that make sure that business-critical systems can transact and integrate at their very best through the deployment of highly scalable data management technology, underpinned by a relentless and trusted service commitment, both on-premises and in the cloud. He’s passionate about data and uncovering real insights using analytics and is a seasoned product development executive with experience in commercial enterprise software at both large and in startup companies. Previously, Raghu was the general manager and vice president of engineering at Teradata for the Vantage Platform and served in executive roles at Oracle and Hyperion. He’s active in the Silicon Valley tech corridor with speaking engagements, networking events, and hosting meetups.
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