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Big Data Roundtable: Leveraging Parallel Compute
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Big Data Roundtable: Leveraging Parallel Compute

12/5/2014
When: December 5, 2014
8:30 - 10:30 AM
Where: Intersystems
One Memorial Drive
Cambridge, Massachusetts  02142
United States
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Note: This event is only for technologists (data scientists, data analysts, CTOs, VP of Engineering)
who have or plan to have experience with parallel compute. 
 

Given the increases in data generation and data consumption, our computing technology must maximize all available capacity. Central to this is leveraging parallel software and hardware technology to achieve lower processing times as well as to simply process more data.

This is not just about the applicability of Moore's law to today's technology, it's about advancing within the scope of the known limitations of current technology. Specifically, because we can't simply count on faster processor chips that are leaps beyond today's measures, we must use more processor chips to get more things done. We need to "Think in Parallel".

This is not just a technology statement. It is a business one. Business processes must be reviewed to discover any latent parallelism as these processes are implemented in technology (hardware and/or software). With this approach even greater gains can be achieved. We will discuss data level parallelism, instruction level parallelism, concurrency, and the like. However, can the greatest impact be achieved in business level parallelism?

In this interactive roundtable discussion come prepared to talk about your experiences, including:

  • What are the benefits of parallel computing?
  • What are your infrastructure needs and challenges: current tools, techniques, and resources?
  • What does it mean to think about parallelism for business operations, not just the underlying computing architecture?
  • What is the state-of-the-art and what's next?

 
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