Tuesday November 12, 2013
1:00 - 4:00 p.m. at the Bureau of Labor Statistics
Chris Moran, CTO IMSC
"Semantic technology in the information retrieval space"
Chris Moran is the CTO for IMSC and has more than 20 years in the IT industry. He is an innovator and pioneer for semantic technology and controlled natural language. His innovations include a semantic rule engine called rules4J, and a controlled natural language for building ontologies called Common.
He has designed and built semantic solutions for clients in the DoD and Intel communities. Most recently, he has been responsible for developing and teaching courses in semantic technology for the office of the Deputy Chief Management Officer(DCMO) for DoD. He is a frequent speaker at semantic technology conferences, such as SemTech and the DoD Semantic and SOA Symposium as well as the European Semantic Technology Conference.
Dave Beulke, President, DAMA NCR
Big Data Disaster Recovery can be a big problem. In this session you will learn the latest techniques and design architectures to provide the best Big Data disaster recovery performance. The various hardware and software techniques will be discussed highlighting the Flash Copy and replication procedures.
David Beulke is an internationally recognized consultant, author, and teacher. He is known for his strategic expertise in database performance, data warehouses, and internet applications. He provides data management strategies, architectures, design, and system consulting and writes a weekly blog at www.davebeulke.com. He is currently a member of the IBM DB2 Gold Consultant program, an IBM Information Champion, co-author of the IBM and z/OS DB2 Certification exams, co-author of the Business Intelligence Certification exam, past president of the International DB2 Users Group (IDUG), former columnist for DB2 Magazine and former instructor for The Data Warehouse Institute (TDWI). Dave helps his clients improve their strategic direction, dramatically improve performance, and reduce their CPU demand saving millions in their systems, databases and application areas within their mainframe, UNIX and Windows environments.
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October 23, 2013