Tune In: CSC shares powerful tools for improving big data insights

Managing and utilizing big data has become a huge priority for businesses today. According to IDC, our digital world is doubling in size every two years and will reach 44 zettabytes by 2020. Having the right tools to manage and generate insights from that data is critical. Today, deploying big data solutions is often rigid, tied to specialized hardware environments or unconventional data center procurement and configuration requirements. As an alternative, a cloud environment allows compute, storage and memory to be tailored to the workload, is highly scalable and maintains private control and security. Learn more about tapping into these benefits in our October 13 webinar.

Tim Gasper, global offerings manager of big data and analytics at CSC, will host the webinar, which details how to gain better insight in less time through big data application development and deployment by using CSC Big Data Platform as a Service, powered by Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® OpenStack® Platform. The solution provides users with a scalable, secure, reliable, managed analytic environment that’s usable in less than 30 days.

Specifically, the webinar will explore:

  • Industry big data use cases
  • The architecture and partnerships that power big data on the open private cloud
  • CSC’s approach to big data system management and analytic application development
  • A customer case of the solution in action
  • Steps to implementing the CSC Big Data Platform as a Service

The webinar will be held Tuesday, October 13 at 9 a.m. EDT. Be sure to register today.

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