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What does IoT Edge Analytics look like?

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What does IoT Edge Analytics look like?

Time: September 27, 2016 from 9am to 10am
Location: Online
Website or Map: http://bit.ly/2bUnOnR
Event Type: dsc, webinar
Organized By: Bill Vorhies, Editorial Director -- Data Science Central
Latest Activity: Sep 7, 2016

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Event Description

Space is limited.

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This webinar will showcase the new Statistica features around Edge Scoring for IoT analytics and Native Distributed Analytics Architecture (NDAA). In this webinar a demonstration of deploying advanced analytics onto any edge device or IoT gateway and running analytic workflows at the edge of the network to transport predictive results. Discover NDAA that will enable you to build workflows and train and run models completely within your database engines without transporting data out of your Big Data systems.

You will learn how to:

  • Deploy analytics onto the network edge.
  • Reduce the need to transfer large data-streams over the network.
  • Build and execute advanced analytics on Big Data systems.
  • Carry out intensive computations with all data in every source system, including Hadoop clusters, database appliances and other high-performance platforms.

Speakers:
Jeremy Melville -- Senior Data Scientist -Dell Statistica  
David Sweenor, Global Analytics Product Manager -- Dell Statistica 

Hosted by: 
Bill VorhiesEditorial Director -- Data Science Central

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Again, Space is limited so please register early:

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