Posts Tagged ‘Consumer’

Data Lake and Information Governance – The Key Takeaways

A Data Lake can be a highly valuable asset to any enterprise, and there is a myriad of technology solutions available for leveraging the processes to feed, maintain and retrieve information from the Lake. But all this technology is, if not worthless, significantly less valuable, if the environment is not well governed and managed. This […]

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Working with the Data Lake Aggregator – Standards and Templates

In my previous blog, I described the concept of an “Information Catalog” and how it plays a vital role in ensuring communication between the Data Lake Aggregator and Suppliers and Consumers is efficient and effective due to the common language that it provides. I also included the following diagram as an example of how the […]

3 Insights Into The Cloud From Oracle’s Q3 2016 Earnings Call

  Oracle’s third quarter 2016 earnings call was peppered with strong revenues and big wins in various categories. But what was most striking was the incredible progress the enterprise software powerhouse has made with regard to the cloud. Between CEO Safra Catz, CEO Mark Hurd (yes, they’re both CEOs), and Executive Chairman of the Board […]

2015 Microsoft MVP Virtual Conference – The Power of Community

The Microsoft MVP Virtual Conference is a virtual/remote, 2 day live event on May 14 – 15, 2015. This is a brand new conference presented entirely by Microsoft MVP’s! Conference sessions will be provided in IT Professional, Developer and Consumer tracks, in addition with sessions available in English, Spanish or Portuguese tracks. The full agenda […]

A “Connected Consumer” turns into lifelong customers

What a week it was! I am referring to the last week spent at Sitecore Symposium North America and Annual MVP Summit that took place in Las Vegas. There was plenty to absorb with as much as seven sessions in progress at the same time. Sessions were divided into three different tracks: Product, Business and […]

Interoperability and PMML

If you work within the rapidly expanding analytics space, you will need to think about defining and sharing statistical models between applications. PMML (or Predictive Model Markup Language) is an XML-based language developed by the Data Mining Group (DMG) for this purpose. I’d like to pass on some of the essentials: The Basics PMML provides […]