SQL - The Best Development Language for Big Data

OOW One thing I have noticed when looking at many bigs data projects is that a lot of time is spent collecting data but then the next step, analyzing that data, can quickly become overly complicated.  Working with many big data sources and analyzing this data is just too hard.

SQL, on the other hand, is the most commonly used language for data analysis. So how can we combine these two? This session discusses Oracle’s analytical SQL capabilities and how complex analytical queries running on large to extremely large data sets are becoming a reality, even on datasources outside the relational world.

I will be delivering a presentation at OpenWorld on using SQL to simplify and enrich the analysis of big data. It is on Tuesday (September 24) at 10:30am in Salon 7 of the Marriot Marquis Hotel - this hotel is a short walk from the Moscone Center.

Sign up now (there is limited space available!) to attend this session and learn how Oracle sees the future of a unified analytical world. You can add this session your personal online schedule by following this link: https://oracleus.activeevents.com/2013/connect/sessionDetail.ww?SESSION_ID=9101. then click on the "+" sign in the "Session Schedule" box.

See you at OpenWorld and looking forward to seeing you in my session.

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