Increasingly, enterprises are recognizing the need to tap a combination of high-volume, high-velocity and high-variety information assets in order to gain a competitive edge. A new WSO2 workshop addresses this issue by examining how organizations can connect intelligent controllers to various Internet of Things (IoT) devices and connected business information feeds to aggregate big data, create big data streams, and trigger events that optimize workflows and performance.
The half-day hands-on workshop, “Big Data Streams, Small Internet Things, and Enterprise Dream Team,” is being held from 9:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. in two locations:
- Seattle: Tuesday, March 11, 2014. To register, visit http://wso2.com/events/workshops/2014-march-seattle-big-data-streams-small-internet-things-and-enterprise-dream-team-workshop
- New York: Friday, March 21, 2014. To register, visit http://wso2.com/events/workshops/2014-march-new-york-big-data-streams-small-internet-things-and-enterprise-dream-team-workshop
Big Data Connections: Transforming Business Interactions
The solution architecture workshop is designed for IT professionals seeking to evolve their business interactions. Led by WSO2 technology executives, it will demonstrate how enterprises can structurally improve business performance, revenue growth, and customer service by delivering big data streaming solutions with big data repositories, complex event processing, adaptive workflow triggers and dashboards.
The session will begin by exploring how businesses are shifting from static workflows to adaptive business activities triggered by big data streams and events. It then will discuss why organizations are building solutions around business activity stream events and contextual data. The workshop also will review architectural components that deliver complex temporal pattern matching, big data discovery, accessible APIs, and real-time notifications. Additionally, the session will examine proof of concept (POC) demonstrations, real-world use cases and architecture reference diagrams.
After attending the workshop, participants will know how to:
- Communicate the value gained when turning big data into activity streams, trigger events, deliver contextual data and create an adaptive business environment.
- Explain the roadmap steps, governance and architectural components that help capture data, analyze streams and expose intelligent recommendations.
- Define POC project success metrics and infrastructure cost.
- Build a business activity monitoring (BAM) and complex event processing (CEP) environment, feeding user dashboards and triggering adaptive workflows.
Presenting the Seattle workshop will be WSO2 Vice President of Solutions Architecture Asanka Abeysinghe, who provides consulting and training for enterprise IT architects and developers. He also focuses on the company’s vertical market capabilities, including financial services. Asanka has more than a decade of experience implementing projects, from desktops and Web applications to highly scalable distributed systems and SOAs, mobile platforms, and business integration solutions.
Leading the New York workshop will be WSO2 Vice President of Platform Evangelism Chris Haddad. He works closely with developers, architects, and C-level executives to increase WSO2 technology adoption, improve the middleware platform, and maximize customer value. Prior to joining WSO2, Chris led research teams as a research vice president at the Burton Group and Gartner advising Fortune 500 enterprise organizations and technology infrastructure vendors.
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