IoT - Data Management Trends, Best Practices, & Use Cases

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With billions of new devices, IoT is transforming how businesses capitalize on data. Data driven organizations are using IoT as as a means to improve their customer experience, drive operational efficiencies, and enable new business models.

However, without the right data management strategy and tools, investments in IoT can yield limited results.

Join Cloudera and 451 Research for a joint webinar to learn more about some of the data management best practices and how organizations are using advanced analytics and machine learning to enable IoT use cases.

As part of this webinar you can learn more about:

  • IoT adoption and the key use cases gaining traction today
  • Data management architecture and considerations for IoT
  • Patterns to enable real-time analytics and machine learning for IoT
  • Real-world IoT use cases and customer case studies across industries

 

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Featured speakers

Vijay Raja

Solutions Marketing Lead, IoT at Cloudera

Vijay Raja is the Solutions Marketing Lead for IoT at Cloudera, and is responsible for rolling out new and innovative solutions and use cases around IoT. As part of his role Vijay works with some of our leading customers and partners to promote and evangelize our IoT offerings.

Christian Renaud

Research Director, IoT at 451 Research

As Research Director of 451 Research's Internet of Things practice, Christian covers the ongoing virtualization and digitization of the physical world around us. For 25 years prior to joining 451 Research, Christian built nationwide networks at large and small enterprises, worked with Fortune 50 companies in the systems integrator channel, built products at Cisco Systems and ran the company's New Markets and Technologies team.