Data Warehouse Automation – Interactive training & practical demonstrations
Red Olive and our partner WhereScape offer you the opportunity to create a fully functional, automated and documented data warehouse in under two hours, without writing a single line of code!
Join us for a interactive session in which you will test drive WhereScape Data Automation software for yourself, followed by an educational keynote on data ethics.
This event is perfect for business leaders looking for tools to improve their team’s efficiency and speed up the development / delivery process. It will also interest techies looking to try out data warehouse automation for themselves, to see how much time and human error it would save in their daily working lives.
The event takes place in the beautiful grade II listed Waterhouse Square near Chancery Lane Station. Snacks and drinks will be provided after the event.
Keynote speech – Ethical use of data
Is doing no harm good enough? Or should we always strive to do good with the data we hold? Jefferson Lynch, Client Director at Red Olive will set the scene for the afternoon’s discussion around how to use data ethically, not just legally, and facilitate as the afternoon produces any questions or learnings.
22nd of November 2018
|13:30 – 14:00||Arrivals and introductions|
|14:00 – 16:00||Opening session, building a data warehouse|
|16:00 – 16:15||Break – Coffee, tea, and snacks|
|16:15 – 17:00||Warehouse review, application and prizes|
|17:00 – 17:30||Keynote Speech – Ethical use of Data (Jefferson Lynch)|
|17:30 – 18:30||Drinks, snacks and networking|
The closest stations are Chancery Lane, (central line) and Farringdon (National Rail / Circle Line). The building is a large victorian red brick building, walk through the arch into the centre square and follow signs for 3 WeWork. Once inside, please sign in giving [email protected] as reference. A member of staff will come and greet you.
Places are limited, so please register in advance to avoid disappointment. You can do so via this website portal or by emailing Ben White: [email protected]