CSI Pune Seminar: Data Movement – Evolution & Challenges – Dec 21

What: CSI Pune lecture on “Data Movement – Evolution and Challenges” By:Biswa Bhattacharya
When: Monday Dec 21st, 2009, 6pm
Where: Symbiosis Institute of Computer Studies and Research, Atur Centre, Model Colony. Map.
Registration and Fees: Free for CSI members and students, Rs 100 for others, Rs. 50 for SICSR staff. Register here and pay on the spot.

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The following topics will be covered:

  • Data Warehouse – Introduction
  • Different approaches of Data Warehouse Architecture – Pros and Cons
    • Star
    • Snowflake
    • Hybrid
  • Data Warehouse Components
    • Staging
    • ETL (Extract Transform and Load)
    • Reports and Analytics
  • Data Warehouse Implementation â Approach
  • Best Practices and Lessons Learnt
  • Q&A

About the Speaker – Biswa Bhattacharya

Over Twenty years of expertise in Information Technology with proven success in creating strategy and developing cost effective, quality and scalable solutions, using Best Practice Methods and working with all levels within the client organization. Known as an Industry Thought Leader, he is instrumental in helping Senior Leadership successfully implement their corporate visions. His experience spans across strategy, management, architecture, infrastructure, product evaluation, modeling and design of multi-terabyte large and complex data and information management solutions. Biswa is an excellent listener and deep thinker with an expertise in understanding clientâs business problem and providing different solution approaches. In his own words, “every client has a unique problem so the challenge is to listen and ask questions and then provide the best possible set of solutions”. He is also an entrepreneur and is being invited as a judge, keynote speaker for several US Colleges, like Fox Business School etc. He is the Founder and CEO of www.acxius.com

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