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Cloudera Breakfast Series – Washington, D.C.

Leading organizations are changing the way they think about data with an enterprise data hub and driving everyday decisions and actions, from fraud prevention to insider threat analysis to exploratory analytics, with new information and new insights. Transform your organization with an enterprise data hub and make your data a core asset in meeting your agency mission.

Put Data at the Center of the Enterprise

An enterprise data hub is the a single place to store all your data, regardless of form, volume, and retention, in its original fidelity. And with Cloudera, it is built with Apache Hadoop at its core, so organizations can integrate with existing infrastructure and tools while gaining the flexibility to run many demanding workloads ‹ from batch processing and interactive SQL to enterprise search and advanced analytics.

This event series that will explore topics like:

  1. Next Generation Information Management - Why information-driven organizations are embracing the technical strategy and components of an enterprise data hub for their data management needs.
  2. Data and Resource Management - Which building blocks of an enterprise data hub, from YARN to Apache Spark, are necessary to ensure data visibility, analytics, and resource management for agency IT solutions.
  3. Compliance and Security - How an enterprise data hub fulfills the security, governance, data protection, and operations needs of today¹s missions.
  4. Operational Efficiency - How an enterprise data hub offers these capabilities at a far superior price relative to traditional data management approaches.
Coming Dates:
August 6 Analytics Part 1: Use all Your Data
September 3 Analytics Part 2: Do More With Your Data
October 1 Analytics Part 3: Deliver Faster Insights
November 5 Data Warehouse Part 1 and 2: Increase Business Visibility and Manage Risk and Compliance
December 3 Data Warehouse Part 3: Deliver Operational Efficiency
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