How can code life cycle automation satisfy the growing demands in modern enterprise business intelligence?
The world of enterprise business intelligence is growing rapidly with more and more companies striving to become data-driven. Add to this the introduction of new directions in technology such as big data, cloud based BI platforms, and self-service solutions, and it is clear that it is even more important than ever to keep your BI development under control.
Whilst an agile approach to BI development is useful for delivering value in general, the use of advanced automation techniques can also save significant resources, prevent production errors, and shorten time to market.
The event took place on May 19th. 2016 in Eight Moorgate Club in London. But do not worry, slides are available on Slideshare:
More about the agenda and the speakers:
1. Breakfast Networking, Quick Introduction by the Host (Nigel Higgs, Data To Value)
2. Introduction: Why Do We Need Agile BI Development? (Tomas Kratky, Manta Tools CEO)
Tomas Kratky gathered experience at the Prague based company Profinit (a TOP 10 ICT service provider in the CEE region). There he managed enterprise integration and information management projects for top banks, insurance companies, and telcos worth around $15 mil/yr.
3. Traditional Approaches to BI vs. Business-Driven Approach (Raju Sonawane, M&G Investments)
Raju Sonawane has 22 years of experience in data architecture design, development and project life cycle management. He has deep experience with Insurance, Health Care & Global Asset Management systems in both UK and Germany. He’s currently employed as Head of BI in M&G Investments in UK.
4. A Comparison of Approaches to Agile BI Development (Oliver Cramer, Senior DWH Architect)
Oliver Cramer is a longtime expert on data vault modeling and data warehouse automation in Germany as well as a renowned speaker at industry events. He specializes in data/information modeling, metadata and model-driven automation, and temporal aspects of information systems, and he’s currently working for the Volkswagen Business Intelligence Competency Center. He also participates at the annual Data Modeling Zone Conference in Berlin.
5. Data Lineage & Automated Code Reviews for Agile BI Development (Petr Stipek & Tomas Fechtner, Manta Tools)
6. Panel Session with All Speakers