BUSINESS AND PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE -FRANCISTOWN 2014
The Event is scheduled for Francistown -February -2014
To engage on all Stakeholders regarding The Greater Francistown Development which entails variouse Business opportunities for all Stakeholders.
Francistown is the Second City of Botswana and a Link to other SADEC member states.
Developments in Francistown are very crucial to lift and create the City image of Francistown.
Business experts,Planning Technitians,Quantity Surveyors,Engineers,Property Developers, Financial Institutions, Insurance Companies, The transport Industries etc are invited to participate in the event.
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Overview: In this 90 minute webinar we will examine the architecture of both SAP HANA and Oracle Exalytics. Since they are both pieces of software running on optimized hardware and delivered as a single appliance, there are similarities as well as significant differences. In-memory computing, on the scale that both HANA and Exalytics are capable of executing, is pushing the envelope of database technology and ushering a new era of Business Intelligence analytics.
Why Should you Attend: Will HANA or Exlaytics become the standard for database technology in the future? Are Exalytics and HANA fundamentally different from anything we have now? To get realistic, no-spin, straight answers to these and other questions that are swirling around in-memory computing, it is essential to have a basic understanding of how both HANA and Exalytics work. In this webinar we will break down the technology behind both products in such a way that there will be less mystery and less confusion about what they are and how they work.
Areas Covered in the Session:
Database terminology related to in-memory computing
Advantages and Benefits of each product
Who Will Benefit:
Vendor Management Personnel
Application Support Staff
Analyst IT operations
Manager Systems Operations
IT Project Manager
John Ripma is an independent consultant and the founder of Technical Ink, LLC, a consulting firm specializing in content marketing for technology-based companies. With Technical Ink, John helps companies produce high quality written materials for a wide variety of purposes (whitepapers, webinars, blog posts, brochures, technical manuals, training/educational documents, and other purposes).
John started in the field of Information Technology in 1981 when he co-founded Applied Personnel Technology, one of the first PC-based software development and consulting firms in the country. Since then, John has been closely involved with technology in a number of roles such as project manager, business development manager, senior consultant, vice president, and CEO. Over the years, John’s focus has been on helping organizations analyze, select, install and maintain complex enterprise class systems. He has worked on many large and mission critical projects that involved PeopleSoft, JD Edwards, or SAP. He also was an instructor at the SAP Academy. Additionally, with the resurgence in infrastructure outsourcing and cloud computing, John has been working closely with a number of international firms to help them migrate their enterprise systems into hosted environments.
The world of technology continues to grow at a dizzying pace and, to help his clients keep pace, John keeps up-to-date on the latest developments such as in-memory computing, Big Data, mobility, data security, software defined data centers, infrastructure architecture, technology enabled business processes, and system integration.