Topic: Real-time Data Streaming
Data streaming is a critical component of modern business operations, enabling organizations to quickly process and analyze large amounts of data, improve customer experiences, and ensure consistent data across the organization. While real-time data streaming capabilities have been available for some time, many organizations may be hesitant to adopt them due to perceived cost and complexity. In this session, learn how taking a practical step-by-step approach can allow organizations to begin the transition into a world of streaming data.
Presenter: Chad Ongstad
Chad Ongstad is a highly experienced consultant with over 15 years of expertise in enterprise data architecture. Chad received his education in Computer Information Systems from Benedictine University and has put his skills to use in creating the Kodda Data Platform, an automated ELT platform that makes it easier for individuals of all skill levels to engineer data pipelines.
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