Tuesday, April 19, 2016
11:15 AM - 12:00 PM
Are you a U.S. Federal Government Agency or Private Sector Company about to embark on a large scale high performance computing / big data integration and analytics initiative where you need to integrate data from multiple different data sources? Do you have vast amounts of structured and unstructured data with valuable information in it that is not accessible to your users? Are you considering deploying this solution to the Cloud, or Curious as to how you would do so?
Learn how a Cloud Based HPC can save you millions vs. starting development on premise and migrating to the Cloud. Regardless of Industry, imagine a technology solution that allows you to "Fuse" structured and unstructured data together by "connecting the dots", storing integrated data and providing a set of robust and scalable data integration tools.
This session will address:
- The challenges faced in the U.S. Federal Government & Private Sector to implement HPC systems in the Cloud
- Detail a HPC solution that is implemented in AWS.
- Explain and discuss approaches to Analytics, Data Cleansing, and Cloud based HPC NoSQL Data Integration approaches
- Discuss lessons learned that can be applied to Government, and the private industry for a successful data integration effort
Jim McGinn is the Chief Technologist for Blue Canopy and is a senior technology executive with over 18 years’ experience serving as a member of the Leadership team responsible for the business development, sales, delivery of new technology solutions and client relationship management across a wide range of DHS and Intelligence Community (IC) Customers. Jim “lives and breathes” for Data Warehouse, Analytics and Big Data Projects. Jim successfully established the firm wide Big Data, Analytics and Cloud Computing practices where he developed methodologies, tools, and approaches that directly led to Blue Canopy being recognized as a CIO Review “2014 Top 100 most promising Big Data Companies” and a spot in the Kennedy Group 2014 Analytics report based on the “depth of consulting capabilities”. Jim is also a nationally recognized thought leader in the areas of Management, Analytics and Data Fusion having spoken at many conferences over the last 10 years.