Datawarehousing on the Cloud – Twitterchat

#IBMBLU Twitterchat on Wednesday March 26th – 11 am to 12 pm ET

Enterprises thrive when the primary focus is on innovation and achieving business goals, without distractions related to the underlying infrastructure or large capital expenditures. Cloud computing technology is the rage right now, due to the flexible infrastructure and services that it provides and the agile methodology that enterprises can adopt, as a result.

Datawarehousing and analytic solutions help businesses glean valuable game changing insights from the huge torrent of data that heads their way – every day. Traditionally this would mean complex data management environments, a large team of experts and investments in infrastructure and technology so as to stay at the forefront of emerging trends.

The emergence of Datawarehousing solutions on the Cloud helps simplify and accelerate the delivery of insights from data, without the need for sophisticated environments and big budgets. BLU Acceleration for Cloud from IBM breaks the cost and complexity barriers and brings market leading technology to everyone with the need to analyze vast amounts of data. Powered by IBM BLU Acceleration, breakthrough in-memory database technology, and combined with Cognos BI, users can experience a simple, agile cloud solution.

Join us for an #IBMBLU Twitterchat on the topic of Datawarehousing on the cloud – March 26th, from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm ET.

Our special guests for this Twitterchat are Antonio Cangiano – IM Cloud Computing Center of Competence and Evangelism, Leon Katsnelson -Director, IM Cloud Computing & Mobile, Adam Ronthal – Product Marketing & Strategy – Big Data, Cloud, Appliances, Grant Hutchison – Educator, Big Data University,  Rav Ahuja – Senior Program Manager – Cloud Computing and Big Data.

You can follow along—and join the discussion using the hashtag #IBMBLU.

We look forward to your thoughts and comments on the #IBMBLU twitterchat hosted by @IBM_DB2.

Here are some questions that we’ll discuss on the twitterchat, and additional reference topics to help inspire the conversation.

  • What use cases and applications for analytics and data warehousing in the cloud do you see as particularly relevant?
  • What are your biggest concerns about analytics and data warehousing in the cloud?
  • What are the biggest advantages you see in embracing cloud for these types of application?
  • What sources of data do you see as most relevant for data warehousing in the cloud?
  • How can cloud computing augment your existing on-premise systems?
  • What analytic tools do you need to be able to use in the cloud? (BI, predictive modeling, ETL, etc…)
  • How big are the datasets you would want to use cloud data warehousing for?
  • What is best approach to securing data in the cloud?

The Enterprise Data Warehouse is Virtualizing into the Big-Data Cloud – James Kobielus
What will you do with your 5 hours? – Grant Hutchison
When is the Cloud Appropriate for Data Warehousing and Analytics? – Adam Ronthal
BLU Acceleration for Cloud Is Now Available to Everyone – Antonio Cangiano

How do you join in?

If you use a Twitter client like Tweetdeck or HootSuite, create a search column for the term ‘#IBMBLU’. Then as participants tweet with the #IBMBLU hashtag, those tweets will appear in your column.

How do you participate?

It’s as easy as BLU. Read- Tweet- Share!

Review the discussion questions posted in advance so you can prepare your thoughts and answers. When the question is posed, begin your response with A1: for question 1 and A2: for question 2, and so on. This makes it easier to follow the conversation throughout the chat. No answer is wrong!

For more information on twitterchats – take a look at the slideshare below!

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