Snowflake Computing and TDWI Offer Complimentary Webinar on How to Use the Cloud as a Platform for Data Warehousing
Jul 14, 2015
SAN MATEO, Calif. – July 14, 2015 – Snowflake Computing, the cloud data warehousing company, today announced it will sponsor a live webinar with TDWI, titled “Using the Cloud as a Platform for Data Warehousing.” Taking place Wednesday, July 22, at 9 a.m. PDT/ 12 p.m. EDT, the webinar will be led by TDWI speaker Colin White, president and founder of BI Research, a leading research, education and consulting firm focused on BI and data management.
As data becomes more abundant and complex, an increasing number of organizations are leveraging the elasticity and affordability of the cloud for BI and data warehousing needs. However, determining which projects are best suited for a cloud-based solution is not an easy task. This webinar will examine and discuss how to best use the cloud for data warehousing projects.
Attendees will learn:
- Key requirements for cloud-based data warehousing, including how to evaluate and select a cloud solution for data warehousing.
- How to integrate a cloud-based data warehouse with an existing BI environment.
- Specific use cases for data warehousing in the cloud.
Who: Colin White, president and founder of BI Research
What: “Using the Cloud as a Platform for Data Warehouse” complimentary webinar
When: Wednesday, July 22, at 9 a.m. PDT/12 p.m. EDT
Where: To register for the free event, visit https://bit.ly/1M6WRrV.
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Snowflake Computing, the cloud data warehousing company, has reinvented the data warehouse for the cloud and today’s data. The Snowflake Elastic Data Warehouse is built from the cloud up with a patent-pending new architecture that delivers the power of data warehousing, the flexibility of big data platforms and the elasticity of the cloud – at a fraction of the cost of traditional solutions. The company is backed by leading investors including Altimeter Capital, Redpoint Ventures, Sutter Hill Ventures and Wing Ventures. Snowflake is headquartered in Silicon Valley and can be found online at snowflake.net.
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