|By Ajay Budhraja||
|April 28, 2014 04:06 PM EDT||
Ajay Budhraja, Sr Executive and Technology Expert will be presenting an exciting session on Enterprise Cloud Analytics and Business Intelligence at CloudExpo.
Enterprise Cloud Analytics and Business Intelligence enables organizations to leverage the Cloud and provide end to end data aggregation and analysis capabilities. The objective is to develop Analytics on the Cloud to support Business Intelligence and Analysis capabilities. Effective strategic and operational business decisions can be made based on the search, analysis, drill down and visualization of data in real-time to get actionable information for making effective business decisions. In addition predictive analysis can be very useful to predict future trends.
There has been an evolution of Analytics from being just a component of applications to a business service that provide a higher level of encapsulation. As part of a layered services based approach, analysis processing layers have services such as reporting, analysis, modeling, dashboards, querying etc that can be accessed by various devices and also by other services. These Analytics services access, aggregate and integrate information from multiple data sources across the organization. With Cloud providing the storage, the challenge is to process and run complex queries and requests expeditiously. Based on the identified requirements for developing solutions, application programming interfaces should be developed so that users of the data can seamlessly plug into specific data points and processing layers should be developed that extract and analyze useful information from the data obtained through these interfaces. Enterprise Analytics Platforms comprehensively integrate and aggregate disparate data sets and provide dashboards, visualizations, adhoc reporting, in-memory analysis, and auditing capabilities. One of the challenges is to present this information effectively and speedily on mobile devices. Enterprise Cloud Analytics and Business Intelligence leverages the elastic power and capabilities of the Cloud to implement analysis capabilities and further drives the "Data Driven" approach with data that is collected, cleansed and made available in a standardized manner so that it can be leveraged effectively, with resiliency and high performance across the Enterprise.
Bio - Ajay Budhraja has over 23 years in Information Technology with experience in areas such as Executive leadership, management, strategic planning, enterprise architecture, system architecture, software engineering, training, methodologies, networks, databases, etc. Ajay has provided Senior Executive leadership for nationwide and global programs and has implemented integrated Enterprise Information Technology solutions. He has a Masters in Engineering (Computer Science), Masters in Management and Bachelors in Engineering. He is a Project Management Professional certified by the PMI and is also CICM, CSM, ECM (AIIM) Master, SOA, RUP, SEI-CMMI, ITIL-F, Security + certified. Ajay has led large scale projects for big organizations and has extensive IT experience related to telecom, business, manufacturing, airlines, finance and government. He has delivered internet based technology solutions and strategies for e-business platforms, portals, mobile e-business, collaboration and content management. He has worked extensively in the areas of application development, infrastructure development, networks, security and has contributed significantly in the areas of Enterprise and Business Transformation, Strategic Planning, Change Management, Technology innovation, Performance management, Agile management and development, Service Oriented Architecture, Cloud, Big Data, Mobility. He is the Co-Chair for the Federal SOA COP and has served as President DOL-APAC, AEA-DC, Co-Chair Executive Forum Federal Executive Institute SES Program. As Adjunct Faculty, he has taught courses for several universities. He has received many awards, authored articles and presented papers at worldwide conferences.
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