May 9, 2023 @ 4:00pm – 5:30pm Q1: How to Modernize Your BI and Analytics Architecture with Semantic Layer
Learn about using a semantic layer to modernize analytics architecture and accelerate the business impact of AI and BI at your organization.
This session will offer practical advice on how to drive AI & BI business outcomes with a modern analytics architecture that leverages a semantic layer.
You will learn how to achieve quantifiable results by modernizing your BI and analytics stack with a semantic layer that delivers an order of magnitude better query performance, increased data team productivity, lower query compute costs and improved Speed-to-Insights.
Attend this session to learn about:
- Gaining business alignment and reducing data prep for your AI and BI teams.
- Making a consistent set of business metrics “analytics-ready” and accessible.
- Accelerating end-to-end query performance while optimizing cloud resources.
- Delivering speed-of-thought performance – without extracting large data sets or maintaining OLAP cubes.
Who should attend this session?
All data & analytics leaders and professionals (E.g. Chief Data Officers, data analysts, statisticians, data scientists, data engineers, data literacy, business intelligence, and data governance professionals)
Bio: Daniel Gray brings rich experience in technical solutions engineering as well as software engineering to his work with global enterprise organizations. Prior to joining AtScale to lead the Solutions Engineering team, Daniel spent many years in the analytics space including Hewlett-Packard’s Advanced Technology Center, Vertica, and Domino Data Lab. When he’s not in the office or onsite with customers, you’ll find Daniel running, climbing, hiking, and biking – basically anything outdoors.
October 11, 2022 @ 4:30pm – 6:00pm Q3: DAMA – Ballot Data Model: How Elections Work
In Harris County, Texas (which is approximately the City of Houston), for the November 6, 2018 election, David Hay was appointed an “Alternate Judge” to help oversee the voting process for a precinct.
Because the ballot for each precinct is different, the complexity of the whole set of registration, election district, contest, and results data for Harris County intrigued him, he did what he knew how to do best: he developed a “conceptual data model” to try to simplify that complexity. The drawings in this presentation, along with descriptions, constitute such a model.
David C Hay Bio: Since the early 1980s, David Hay has been a pioneer in the use of process and data models to support strategic planning, requirements analysis and system design. He has developed enterprise models for many industries, including, among others, pharmaceutical research, oil refining and production, banking, and nuclear energy. In each case, he found the relatively simple structures hidden in formidably complex situations. Mr. Hay has published several books and numerous articles. He is a frequent speaker at professional Society Conferences. He is Founder and CEO of Essential Strategies International.
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