September 27, 2018, 8:30 - 11:30 am
CBC Broadcasting Centre
250 Front Street West, Ground Floor
Join Chris Stewart, director of services for WhereScape as he presents to the TDWI Toronto Chapter his view of the recurring debate Is the Data Warehouse Dead?
While some would say that the data warehouse is dead – too costly, takes too long, too hard and too expensive to change, Chris asks what if the data warehouse pain was reduced. Would you not see it as a valuable asset to corporate operations and decision making?
In this presentation, Chris will discuss and show how data warehouse automation can take over many of the repetitive and mundane development tasks to allow you more time to focus on meeting business requirements and deadlines. He will also discuss how automation embraces and facilitates agile development as well as highlight its deployment and documentation capabilities.
Also presenting at the September chapter meeting with be The Globe and Mail sharing their Data Modernization Journey using WhereScape partner Snowflake.
Register and learn more here.