Using Azure Stream Analytics and Power BI to Monitor Your Data in Real Time
Presented by Rich Deken
7/14/2015 5:45 PM
Cleveland Microsoft Office

Data can be static, slow-changing, historical, and useful for analyzing trends. However, data also is being generated at an extraordinary rate from sources like call centers, hospital wards, industrial sensors, point-of-sale devices, and many other sources including data coming from the Internet of Things (IoT). These streams of data can be difficult to manage, and it can be even more challenging to react and make decisions in real-time.

Come join us to learn how you can see your data in real time using Power BI and Azure Stream Analytics. We’ll show how to gain access to your data and make sense of it in the moment, allowing you to quickly make decisions instead of waiting for a report delivered too late.

Rich Deken is the Director of the Business Intelligence Practice at Bennett Adelson. Prior to joining Bennett Adelson in 2013, he worked for Microsoft and Qlik in various product development and consulting roles. He holds a BS in Computer Science from The Ohio State University plus an MBA from Case Western Reserve University and works with customers to make sense of their data and unlock its business value.

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