Accelerate the migration of your on-premises data warehouse
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Effective analysis of your customer data can yield timely insights to help you elevate your customers’ experience. However, traditional data warehouses have fallen behind in their capabilities relative to the new cloud options.
Modernizing and moving your data warehouse to the cloud can offer improved access to data leading to smarter analytics. If your data is currently on-premises with vendors such as SAP, now may be the right time to consider cloud data warehouses like Google BigQuery.
Attend and Learn!
Join us at this virtual event and learn how to accelerate the migration of your on-premises data warehouse to Google Cloud. You will learn industry best practices and get experience with an AI-driven enterprise data catalog and self-service integration platform as a service (iPaaS) from Informatica to accelerate your data warehouse migration to Google Cloud BigQuery from sources such as SAP.
Who Should Attend?
This virtual event is ideal for data engineers, data scientists, product developers, and architects from all experience levels—both those with experience on Google Cloud who want to dive deeper into training and content, as well as those who are new to the cloud. This event is a great opportunity to connect with Informatica and Google Cloud and learn how to migrate on-premises data warehouses, at scale, to Google Cloud.
To learn more about how we work with Google Cloud at www.informatica.com/google.
- Welcome & Introductions
- High-level Architecture for DW/DL for Ecosystems
- Virtual Learning Lab: Catalog and Provisioning for DW/DL on Google Cloud
- Virtual Learning Lab: Mass Ingestion for DW/DL on Google Cloud
- Virtual Learning Lab:
- Demonstration of SAP to BigQuery Mapping
- Mapping, Masking and Data Quality
- Wrap Up and Q&A
- Amit Kara, Director, Technical Marketing, Informatica
- Jorge Geronimo, Customer Engineer, Google Cloud
- Eddy Widjaja, Solutions Architect, Informatica