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DAMA Canberra: More Agile Data Integration.
Tue. 20 June 2017, 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm AEST
Registration from 5pm, Presentation at 5:30, Networking canapes and drinks from 6:30.
The pressure on government agencies to deliver better, more agile solutions to business problems has never been greater.
Regardless of whether the imperative is improved service delivery, real-time intelligence or improved analytics to inform policy development, the need to integrate data from a wide range of disparate, heterogenous sources – and to do this more quickly and efficiently - has never been greater.
This presentation will examine the challenges of integrating and operationalising disparate data from a new angle and suggest a method for streamlining the process of data modelling and integration.
Lee has been delivering cutting edge software projects for more than two decades, from the World Wide Web’s first “BioMedical webzine” to today’s ground breaking Financial Services trade processing architectures. Lee has run multiple technical teams specializing in managing complex data at scale and delivering compelling user experiences. Lee designed and delivered the BBC’s Olympics 2012 MarkLogic stack and today uses his six years as a MarkLogic customer and six years on the MarkLogic team to continue to push the boundaries of the data focused applications.
Ken brings over 25 years of ICT industry experience, based upon a solid technical background with hardware and software engineering teams, years of customer facing presales, and experience in dealing with the varied customers that make up the IT landscape. Ken has worked for a number of vendors across Asia and the USA on Enterprise IT related topics including Servers & Operating Systems, High Availability & Business Continuity, Automation and Orchestration, Virtualization, Open Source initiatives and Cloud. He has presented thought leader sessions articulating emerging trends and technologies including assisting the media and analyst with articles and papers.
Previously he has worked for technology vendors including Digital Equipment Corp, Compaq, Hewlett Packard, Oracle and is currently at MarkLogic being disruptive with NoSQL in the database landscape.
Ken holds a Bachelor of Engineering honours degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Technology, Sydney.
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