June 16, 2013

Webinar Wednesday, June 26, 1 pm EST — Real-Time Analytics

I’m doing a webinar Wednesday, June 26, at 1 pm EST/10 am PST called:

             Real-Time Analytics in the Real World

The sponsor is MemSQL, one of my numerous clients to have recently adopted some version of a “real-time analytics” positioning. The webinar sign-up form has an abstract that I reviewed and approved … albeit before I started actually outlining the talk. 😉

Our plan is:

*MemSQL is debuting pretty high in my rankings of content sponsors who are cool with vendor neutrality. I sent them a draft of my slides mentioning other tech vendors and not them, and they didn’t blink.

In other news, I’ll be in California over the next week. Mainly I’ll be visiting clients — and 2 non-clients and some family — 10:00 am through dinner, but I did set aside time to stop by GigaOm Structure on Wednesday. I have sniffles/cough/other stuff even before I go. So please don’t expect a lot of posts until I’ve returned, rested up a bit, and also prepared my webinar deck.


One Response to “Webinar Wednesday, June 26, 1 pm EST — Real-Time Analytics”

  1. Robert Brewer on June 21st, 2013 10:44 am

    It is hard to be neutral when the differentiation is heavy on benchmarks and light on understanding (so hooray for MemSQL!).

    I tried to contribute to the understanding by comparing the architectures of various vendors along several axes in my last talk at PyData 2013, particularly this slide: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1EgLK3-HT2pbhtm-uAL51VbHJy_dS38vNEflEF7YcJG4/pub?start=false&loop=false&delayms=10000#slide=id.g1995bab35_012

    More explanation in the video if the slides spark interest: http://vimeo.com/63273730

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