Big Data & Analytics: 3 Key Trends
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  Larry Weber   Larry Weber
Program Director, Developer Marketing, IBM Analytics, Cloud Data Services


Tuesday, April 19, 2016
03:45 PM - 04:30 PM

Level:  Business/Strategic

All data professionals are seeking a better way to do their jobs. Developers want to invent new digital experiences for customers. Data scientists search for new and unexpected trends. IT data architects make it all scale and integrate with the best technologies for the job.

What’s next in 2016 with regards to your Big Data + Analytics strategy? Whether you are starting a journey in data science, or even building the latest mobile application there are some key trends that affect how organizations across the globe approach leveraging data this year and beyond.

Come spend some time with IBM to hear about 3 key trends that we are seeing in the marketplace from both a user and technology perspective and how our customers are tackling new challenges this year through cloud data services.

Having spent over 20 years in technology, building new business and bringing products to market, Larry understands the benefit of business analytics and tapping into new data sources for competitive advantage. On his current mission, he is getting back to his roots, getting hands on and is redefining the way that developers interact with enterprise software and engage with IBM on the digital front. Prior to this role, Larry ran product marketing and strategy for IBM’s big data portfolio, including Hadoop and Streaming technologies and spent considerable time with IBM’s data warehousing business launching IBM’s first family of data warehouse appliances. Larry holds an MBA with from Kenan-Flagler Business School (UNC) and a Masters of Computer Science from North Carolina State University.

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