New decade. New era of data transformation.


Companies continue to experience a dynamic shift in the growth of enterprise data. Fueled by a wave of emerging startups, innovative technologies and greater competition, the opportunity to drive faster decision-making has exploded – but so too have the questions on the best way to architect analytics-ready BI from the modern cloud-ready data warehouse.

Is your data architecture ready for the challenge ahead?

We’re bringing together experts from TDWI, Microsoft and Qlik to help you chart the future. Join them for the webinar, 2020 and Beyond: Architecting Your Data Warehouse for the New Decade, where you’ll get a head start on defining new best practices for a new era. Key topics include:

  • Deciding whether data warehouses and data lakes still make sense
  • Dissecting the role of streaming architectures and defining data best practices
  • Wrangling increasing volumes of data for strategic advantage
  • Evaluating data warehouse and catalog synergies
  • Learning how data integration combined with Azure Synapse can enable an automated, end-to-end streaming data pipeline

Join us for insights to help you reinvent analytics-ready BI from your cloud data warehouse to stay ahead in the years to come.


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Speakers



David Stodder
Senior Director of Research
TDWI
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Matt Basile
Program Manager Il, Azure SQL Data Warehouse Team
Microsoft
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Clive Bearman 
Director of Product Marketing for Data Integration
Qlik
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About Qlik

Helping you lead with data

Qlik’s vision is a data-literate world, one where everyone can use data to improve decision-making and solve their most challenging problems. Only Qlik offers end-to-end, real-time data integration and analytics solutions that help organizations access and transform all their data into value. Qlik helps companies lead with data to see more deeply into customer behavior, reinvent business processes, discover new revenue streams, and balance risk and reward. Qlik does business in more than 100 countries and serves over 50,000 customers around the world.

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