Erik Fransen, founder, Connected Data Group, conducts this 30-minute webinar to discuss the basics of the Modern Data Architecture that centres around Data Virtualization that elegantly connects to and integrates existing data sources like big data platforms, data warehouses, custom applications and cloud sources, with less complexity and cost, faster access to analytic data. TIBCO is a market leader in DV and Erik shares his experience with implementing TIBCO DV in (large) organizations that want to create more business value out of the huge amounts of data available. Data that is often scattered, difficult to access and to understand.
TIBCO has a new, best-in-class data virtualization tool, TIBCO Jaspersoft® Advanced Data Services. This new service can have a big impact on performance—particularly in scenarios that involve combining three or more data sources or accessing high volumes of data. It is also capable of performing complex joins and data transformations that aren’t possible in Jaspersoft® Domains. Join our customer-exclusive webinar for an introduction to Jaspersoft Advanced Data Services, its use cases, and how it compares to existing Jaspersoft data integration options.
Between navigating the complexities of government policies and processes, or various agencies and departments, designing networks in the government sector can be challenging. Multiple types of environments — from large campuses, government departments, or secure facilities — all need high-performing Wi-Fi. In addition, you may have a need for robust network security and flexibility — both are needed when you have a large percentage of geographically dispersed workers. This makes understanding and defining your network requirements critical to a successful deployment.
Watch this webinar to learn how to choose Azure virtual machines (VMs) that deliver the best performance at the right price points for your business. Discover how to take advantage of the new Azure VMs—based on the AMD EPYC™ family of processors—for several scenarios, including memory-intensive, remote visualization, and HPC workloads.