Imagine if you could save high tech companies time (years) and money (millions) by understanding how data management best practices evolve at any given moment.
Space Coast DUG Talks will launch March 15th, 6:15PM at Derek Gores Gallery in Melbourne, FL.
Data User Group (DUG) Talks connect subject-matter experts across the globe with enterprises who seek to build better requirements and generate value from their data today. These free talks serve to debunk the myths behind pervasive one-size-fits-all data support services as part of an online DUG Talk workshop.
Series events will take place the third Thursday of each month. Each session will explore how it is that Fortune 500 companies and government agencies are leveraging open source projects to cut licensing fees by more than 80 percent and get products to market within a few short months, rather than years.
Founder of the series, Daryl Heinz, runs a 60-person global consultancy and says he aims to mobilize a grassroots movement of people who want to grow their subject-matter expertise and develop the highest performing, cutting-edge data solution for any use case. He adds that each talk will look beyond the buzzwords of big data, IoT, artificial intelligence and machine learning to repurpose existing open source solutions and apply them to specific enterprise use cases.
Use cases include: online streaming, data warehousing, batch analysis, security, machine learning and artificial intelligence.
“What it takes to get to the cloud is humility,” DFHeinz said. “Or, the acceptance that subject-matter experts across the world have already crowdsourced a solution to your big data problem. And it’s available online for free. We’ll show you how to both adopt and secure it.”
Space Coast Schedule, Third Week of Ea Month at Derek Gores Gallery (Thursday)
March 15th, 6:15 to 7:15PM Launch Event in Melbourne, FL
April 19th DUG Talk ft. Flink Workshop, 6:15 to 7:15PM
May 17th DUG Talk ft. Ignite Workshop, 6:15 to 7:15PM