Webinar with Ovum Analyst Tony Baer on the Convergence of OLAP and OLTP

March 18, 2016
Ovum Analyst Tony Baer Presenter for Webinar

Splice Machine hosted a one-hour Tony Baer webinar on Thursday, March 17th focused on the convergence of OLAP and OLTP (@TonyBaer). During this event, he shared his views on:

  • Database trends
  • The future of OLTP and OLAP
  • Making data real (time)
  • Common use cases, including digital marketing and IoT
  • Converging OLAP + OLTP: architectures, benefits and why this is likely to be in your future

Tony Baer is a recognized authority in extending data management practices, governance, and analytics to address Big Data. With strong business development skills, he has established two new research practices at Ovum, an independent analyst and consultancy firm headquartered in London, specializing in global coverage of IT, and telecommunications industries.

Baer brings a holistic view to data management and Big Data issues, thanks to a multi-disciplinary background in areas ranging from data integration, application development, and middleware. Besides delivering research based on the core theme of making Big Data a first class citizen in the enterprise, Baer advises Ovum vendor clients regarding product development, positioning, and messaging. He advises Ovum enterprise clients on how to rationalize data management and analytic strategies as the goal posts are moving.

Among his accomplishments, Baer created and defined the emerging “Fast Data” market segment, focusing on real-time analytics on data at scale. He pioneered research calling for emergent approaches to data governance and data quality that are now being embraced by data integration tool vendors. His current goal is framing the business message for Spark, and forecasting how Spark technology will redefine analytics.

Splice Machine is pleased to be able to share Tony’s knowledge of the market in this webinar. Splice Machine has numerous use cases for Big Data solutions, and this webinar is relevant to RDBMSs for mixed OLAP and OLTP workloads like Splice Machine’s.

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