Big Data & Analytics insight 2016: save the date for an insightful conference

Dear reader,

Is the data warehouse at the end of its lifecycle or does the existing infrastructure gain new value from integrating with new Big Data technologies? If so, how do you go about it? Do you need inspiration for your analytics strategy? Then there’s plenty to go by at Big Data & Analytics Insight 2016, on June 7th in Utrecht, The Netherlands.

There will be input from Big Data domain experts and highly interesting presentations like the ones on Data Vault 2.0 & Big Data and Hands-on Predictive Text Analytics that will inspire you. Whether you are deep into the technical or the business aspects of Big Data & Analytics, this conference is a must attend if you want to stay ahead of future evolutions instead of enduring them.

Check the agenda and book your seat, or better, become a ba4all member and get access to one more conference and a hands-on session on Customer Analytics.

I look forward to seeing you at Big Data & Analytics Insight 2016!

Kind regards,

Hans Michiels
(as a speaker I was asked to do a bit of promotion ..)

Hans Michiels

Hans is an Independent Business Intelligence and Datawarehouse Consultant & Microsoft SQL Server Consultant, working in the Netherlands. He has been working in the software industry since 1996, with SQL Server since the year 2001, and since 2008 he has a primary focus on datawarehouse- and business intelligence projects using Microsoft technology, using a Datavault and Kimball architecture. He has a special interest in Datawarehouse Automation and Metadata driven solutions. * Certified in Data Vault Modeling: Certified Data Vault 2.0 Practitioner, CDVDM (aka Data Vault 1.0) * Certified in MS SQL Server: * MCSA (Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate) SQL Server 2012 - MCITP Business Intelligence Developer 2005/2008 - MCITP Database Developer 2005/2008 - MCITP Database Administrator 2005/2008

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