Microsoft Data Platform Days in Canada


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You are invited!
The rise of machine learning and advanced analytics‚ combined with cloud unlimited capacity for data storage & computation marks a unique point in history. This is an incredible opportunity for organizations to innovate with agility and drive incredible impact using data‚ and this opportunity is here today.  Join Microsoft and industry experts to explore how Microsoft Data Platform solutions and services can help you to crunch the huge amounts of data available to your business‚ discover insights and turn them into results.

Top 3 Reasons To Attend:

  • Discover the latest details about Cortana Analytics Suite‚ Data Lake‚ Azure SQL Data Warehouse and new features in Power BI
  • Connect with product experts from Microsoft and Partners.
  • Update and sharpen your skills.

Also‚ with SQL Server 2005 End of Support coming soon‚ if you are still using this legacy technology‚ it is critical to develop a migration plan. We will guide you on how to ensure a successful move to SQL Server 2014 to secure your data and realize significant gains in performance and scalability.

Cities and Dates:

Vancouver 20-October  Download presentations
Montreal 27-October  Download presentations
Calgary 29-October  Download presentations
Toronto* 9-10 November
Ottawa* 26-November  Download presentations

 

Agenda*

9.00 AM Registration
9.30 AM Keynote: Data Innovation
10.30 AM Enabling action with data: Advanced Analytics & The Internet of Things
11.30 AM Lunch and Microsoft Partners presentations
12.30 PM Interactive Data: Visualization and Story Telling
1.30 PM Modern Enterprise Data Warehouse: What’s Under the Hood?
2.30 PM SQL Server 2005 End of Support. Time to upgrade
3.30 PM Closing

 

 
 Data Platform Days Partners:
 

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*For the Ottawa agenda please see Ottawa registration page.

Data Platform sessions will be a part of Cloud Roadshow event in Toronto, please learn more here.

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