In an age of unprecedented change and complexity, managing data complexity is easier said than done.
Data is growing at an uncontrollable rate, whilst companies face significant infrastructural challenges. Silos and legacy systems are putting the brakes on their ability to properly manage data assets, innovate and deliver the experiences that today’s customers demand.
This session looks at how organizations can overcome the challenge of data complexity through abstraction – the process of managing complexity effectively. The objective being to simplify all the functions of data management you constantly juggle with and try to automate them.
- Utilising built-in flash with disk-based appliances for catering to use-cases such as instant access and instant recovery for databases to improve performance
Wednesday, 08 September, 09:30 AM - 10:15 AM (BST)
Jonathan Craven, Head of Information Governance / Data Protection Officer, Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust
Neil Stobart, VP of Global System Engineering, Cloudian
Fraser MacDonald, Head of Delivery & Innovation at the Data for Children Collaborative with UNICEF
John Day, Manager Sales Engineering, UKIN