Thursday, July 22, 2021 at 12:00:00 PM Online event

Intelligent Data Trends 2021

Date: July 22, 2021
Time: 10:00am PT / 1:00pm ET
1.5 hours


Join speakers from IBM, Microsoft, ScienceLogic, InfluxData, DataStax, Explorium, Denodo, ChaosSearch as they hold discussions and Q&A on:

Intelligent Data Summit - vendors who will show how to design and deliver a modern digital enterprise powered by analytics, data & AI/ML.

AI/ML Road To Success – The Map for Impactful AI/ML Projects
Many AI/ML projects begin with promise, but can fail. See how automation, no-code and more deliver successful AI/ML for apps, analytics and IoT.

Analytics Lifecycle – Avoid Common Bottlenecks, Speed Deployment
Streamline your process to get meaningful insights from mountains of data. Use modern ways to prepare, aggregate and correlate data.

Cloud Governance & Management - Control of Distributed Data
Learn today's trends for how AI and automation help companies protect, main-tain and manage their enterprise-wide data. Deliver regulatory compliance , data management, data governance and privacy – with more visibility, less risk.

'Single Source of Truth' – New-Gen MDM for ROI, Rapid Analytic
Today's Master Data Management is more business-facing than ever. See how MDM uses data intelligence & cloud-readiness to correlate vast amounts of data and quickly uncover valuable insights.

AI for IT Operations – AIOps for Quick Recovery, Avoiding Failures
IT architectures are now distributed, complex and vulnerable to outages. AI and automation offer deep visibility, speed problem resolution and keep critical systems running.

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