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Two webinars this weekMatthew Aslett, December 15, 2009 @ 5:22 am ET
I’m taking part in two webinar’s this week that will likely be of interest to CAOS readers. On WednesdayI’m contributing to a webinar with EnterpriseDB on the subject of open source database adoption in the enterprise, while on Thursday I’ll be presenting a 451 Group webinar on data warehousing.
During the EnterpriseDB webinar we will provide recommendations for how organizations can effectively leverage open source software. Attendees will learn about open source software trends for 2010, top considerations when using open source databases, and best practices for successful deployments of open source software.
I’ll be providing some data points from our recent surveys on database adoption and open source adoption while EnterpriseDB’s Larry Alston will also showcase successful enterprise deployments of Postgres Plus.
The open source database webinar is Wednesday, December 16, at 1 pm ET. To register, visit this link.
The data warehousing webinar follows the recent publication of our special report, Warehouse Optimization – Ten considerations for choosing/building a data warehouse.
The report provides an overview of the data-warehousing vendor landscape, as tracked by The 451 Group, and examines the business and technology trends driving this market. It identifies 10 key technology trends in data warehousing and assesses how they can be used to choose the technologies and vendors that are best suited to a would-be customer and its specific application.
During the webinar I will present some details of those ten key trends – including the role of open source software – and how we see consensus forming around some technologies that have previous divided the industry, enabling the conversation to move on to business-oriented issues.
The data warehousing webinar is Thursday, December 17th, at 1 pm ET. To register, and download an executive summary of the report, visit this link.
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