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August 14, 2013
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Webinar Series: Building a Modern Data Architecture with Hadoop

Extracting insight from your machines, or customer sentiment data or any number of scenarios related to big data demands the integration of Hadoop into your data architecture to efficiently handle those new opportunities alongside the existing workloads. Over the next few months, we’re hosting a new webinar series along with partners to get to grips with what it means to integrate Hadoop into your data architecture.

The first three webinars in the series are listed below and ready for registration.

The Value of a Modern Data Architecture with Apache Hadoop and Teradata

Thu Aug 27, 9am PT – Register Here
Join Hortonworks and Teradata and discuss why Apache Hadoop most typically the technology underpinning “Big Data”, how it fits in a modern data architecture and the current landscape of databases and data warehouses that are already in use.

Modern Data Architecture for a Data Lake With Informatica and HDP

Wed Sep 11, 10am PT – Register Here
Join Hortonworks and Informatica as we discuss the principles of a data lake, how it is enabled by a modern data architecture, and innovative use cases to for big data.

Modern Data Architecture for Predictive Analytics with Revolution Analytics and HDP

Tue Sep 24, 9am PT – Register Here
Attend this interactive webinar to discuss trends and business drivers for Hadoop. See how you can run R natively in Hortonworks to simply move your R-powered analytics to Hadoop to take advantage of your modern data architecture.

Watch this space for more in the series and we hope these are useful to you.


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