Hot off the heels of Oracle OpenWorld San Francisco, and Strata + Hadoop NY, Oracle will be present at Strata + Hadoop World in Singapore. Come along and meet the team and find out more about how Oracle - the biggest data company - is able to make big data effective in the enterprise.
You can also learn more about the new Oracle Cloud Platform for Big Data, launched less than a month ago at Oracle OpenWorld. These new capabilities deliver on our promise to enable customers to take advantage of the same technologies on-premises and in the cloud. No wonder our big data business is growing faster than the market as a whole!
In fact, VP Product Management, Big Data, Neil Mendelson will be discussing Real-World Success with Big Data, in his session at 4pm on Wednesday December 2nd, during which he will be sharing the best practices and lessons learned from successful big data projects in Asia and around the world. (Location: 333)
Or visit us, and experience our innovative demos at booth #102:
· Unlocking Value with Oracle Big Data Discovery
· Oracle Big Data Preparation Cloud Service—Ready Your Big Data for Use
· Best SQL Across Hadoop, NoSQL, and Oracle Database
· Graph, Spatial, Predictive, and Statistical Analytics
Alternatively, you can hear Oracle’s Hong Eng Koh and Vladimir Videnovic in their session entitled, ‘Don't believe everything you see on CSI: Beyond predictive policing’, which takes place at 4:50pm on December 2. (Location: 331)
Sessions you won’t want to miss:
4:00pm–4:40pm Wednesday, 2nd December 2015
Neil Mendelson (Oracle)
Companies who are successful with big data need to be analytics-driven. During this session, Neil will look at new analytics capabilities that are essential for big data to deliver results, and discuss how to maximize the time you spend providing differentiation for your organization. This session will also cover some common big data use cases in both industry and government.
4:50pm–5:30pm Wednesday, 2nd December 2015
Public safety and national security are increasingly being challenged by technology; the need to use data to detect and investigate criminal activities has increased dramatically. But with the sheer volume of data and noise, law enforcement organisations are struggling to keep up. This session will examine trends and use cases on how big data can be utilised to make the world a safer place.