Now, a well-known fact is that big data can provide big value to any business. However, to glean insights from so many new sources of information, organizations need a novel set of techniques and technologies.
The reason: most big data sets defy relational models, and instead call for a combination of approaches that extend beyond the traditional means for accessing and processing data.
That’s why visual discovery can play such a pivotal role in expediting time to value with big data.
On Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2015 at 4 p.m. EST, TIBCO Spotfire will be co-hosting a webinar with The Bloor Group aimed at helping companies understand how to use ad hoc visual discovery to navigate big data.
This episode of The Briefing Room, “How to Navigate Big Data with Ad Hoc Visual Discovery,” will feature veteran analyst Dr. Robin Bloor who will explain why the analysis of big data calls for a new paradigm of tools and methods.
Bloor has more than 25 years of experience in the world of data and information management. He is the creator of the Information-Oriented Architecture, which is to data what service-oriented architecture is to services.
During the event, Thomas Blomberg of TIBCO Spotfire—who will highlight how Spotfire can deliver fast, extensible analytics on diverse data sets—will brief Bloor. Hector Martinez, also from Spotfire, will demonstrate Spotfire’s in-memory data engine, in-database connectivity and on-demand visualizations.
You can register for the “How to Navigate Big Data with Ad Hoc Visual Discovery” webinar here.