Kyvos Insights, a big data analytics company, today announced they will host a webinar titled “How to Achieve Self-Service BI on Big Data in the Cloud at Massive Scale” on Friday, August 3, 2018at 10:00 a.m. Pacific time, 1:00 p.m. Eastern time. The webinar will explore how to create a seamless architecture for business intelligence (BI) in the cloud.
More and more organizations are increasingly moving their big data to the cloud for the efficiency, elasticity, and agility it offers, but many struggle with how to consume that data, act on the insights within it, and deliver business results through BI. Notably, for most organizations, BI is crucial to their big data efforts. A recent survey from Kyvos Insights found that 70 percent of enterprises consider business intelligence the most important big data use case.
Presented by Ajay Anand, vice president of products and marketing at Kyvos Insights and Andrew Brust, analyst at Gigaom Research, the webinar will showcase how organizations can leverage their cloud investments to get actionable insights, determine if existing BI tools perform at scale, and learn how to enable existing BI tools to work seamlessly with big data regardless of whether it is in the cloud or on-premise.
“As companies continue to transition to the cloud, they need to be cognizant of whether or not their BI tools are working to their full potential,” said Ajay Anand, vice president of products and marketing of Kyvos Insights. “Specifically, this webinar will be of interest to those exploring the necessary steps they can take to build a self-serving BI platform for big data in the age of the cloud.”
To register for “How to Achieve Self-Service BI on Big Data in the Cloud at Massive Scale” visit: https://www.kyvosinsights.com/webinar-how-to-achieve-self-service-business-intelligence-on-bigdata-in-the-cloud-at-massive-scale/.
About Kyvos Insights
Kyvos Insights is committed to unlocking the power of big data analytics with its unique “OLAP on Hadoop” technology. Backed by years of analytics expertise and a passion for big data, the company aims to revolutionize big data analytics by providing business users with the ability to visualize, explore and analyze big data interactively, working directly on Hadoop. Headquartered in Los Gatos, California, Kyvos Insights was formed by a team of veterans from Yahoo!, Impetus and Intellicus Technologies. The company has partnered with companies including Cloudera, Hortonworks, MapR, Qlik and Tableau. For more information, visit www.kyvosinsights.com or connect with us on Twitter and LinkedIn.
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