Business Intelligence/Data Warehouse Special Interest Group
Innovations in Database Technology
Bob Newell will present an innovative database product which enables fast analytic query on large dataset with the low Total Cost of Ownership. The technology applies mathematical theory, typically used for data mining, to the data warehouse problem. The result is a column store database, with high compression, which provides fast query response but without the overhead of creating and managing indexes. The talk will discuss how performance can be achieved on multi-Terabyte databases without data partitioning, without changing the physical data model, and without incurring hardware costs of a database appliance or an MPP solution.
Bob Newell has been an IT professional for over 20 years. Since 1992 Bob has focused on helping companies implement Business Intelligence and Data Warehouse applications in various industry sectors such as Retail, Financial, and Manufacturing. As an independent consultant, Bob has been engaged by big six consulting firms such as Deloitte Consulting, Accenture and IBM Global Services to provide leadership and direction for large Data Warehouse projects. Currently, Bob represents Infobright as the company’s Data Warehouse Evangelist to help establish Infobright as the leader in Open Source Data Warehousing.
- Bob Newell, Innovations in Database Technology
Time and Location of Meeting
Meeting Details: Thursday, May 28, 2009
Location: Room 302, Metro Hall, 55 John St (between King and Front Streets, west of St Andrew Subway).
5:15 pm: Registration for prompt 5:30 pm start
6:30 pm. Expected Finish
No need to pre-register – just show up!
No charge will be made for this meeting: members or non-members.