Join us for a live webinar on Fast Data Analytics: From Insights to Action Using In-Memory Computing with 451 Group researcher Jason Stamper and GigaSpaces’ Ali Hodroj to discuss the market drivers towards adoption of in-memory technology and how enterprises can power fast data applications with a high performance data grid combined with Apache Spark.
In this webinar, Jason Stamper, data platforms and analytics analyst at 451 Research, will look at some of the latest trends that are driving increased adoption of in-memory technologies across industries. Jason will also look specifically at the drivers for in-memory data grids, and why 451 Research forecasts spending on data grids to grow by 32% between 2015 and 2020 (CAGR) – one of the highest growth rates for any data platform technology. Finally, Jason will say a few words about the unique requirements of the emerging Internet of Things (IoT), and why he believes in-memory technologies will play an even greater role there.
Ali Hodroj, VP Products and Strategy at GigaSpaces, will expand on how in-memory data grid architectures are being adopted within the context of IoT and real-time analytics to deliver on the promise of fast data.
451 Research – Jason Stamper – Analyst, Data Management and Analytics
Jason Stamper has over 20 years of experience in the IT sector, having started his career on the technology news desk at the Daily Express. He was the editor of Computer Business Review magazine from 2001 to 2014, and was also Technology Editor at the New Statesman.
GigaSpaces – Ali Hodroj – VP Products and Strategy
Ali Hodroj is Vice President of Products and Strategy, In-Memory Computing at GigaSpaces. He also has held several other strategic roles at the company, including Director of Solution Architecture and Technology Evangelist, helping leading organizations in finance, retail, telecommunications, and transportation. Prior to joining GigaSpaces, he served in technical roles at companies including GE, Intel, and Tektronix.
- Date: Wednesday, October 5, 2016
- Time: 12:00 PM (GMT-4:00) Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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