Pentaho Community Meeting 2017: exciting use cases & final Call for Papers

Enjoyed your vacations? Good – now let’s get back in business!

The Pentaho Community Meeting 2017 in Mainz, taking place from November 10-12, is approaching and more than 140 participants interested in BI and Big Data are already on board.

Many great speakers from all over the world will present their Pentaho use cases, including data management and analysis at CERN, evaluation of environmental data at the Technical University of Liberec and administration of health information in Mozambique. And of course Matt Casters, Pedro Alves and Jens Bleuel will introduce the latest features in Pentaho.</span>

The 10th jubilee edition features many highlights:

·      Hackathon and technical presentations on FRI, Nov 10 
·      Conference day on SAT, Nov 11                    
·      Dinner on SAT, Nov 11                          
·      Get-together and drinks on SAT, Nov 11  
·      Social event on SUN, Nov 12

See here the completeagenda with all presentations of the business and technical track on the conference day. Food and drinks will be provided.  Highlight to the CERN use case (you can read a blog post on it here)

And don’t forget: you can participate in the Call for Papers till September 30th! Send your Pentaho project to Jens Bleuel via the</span> contact form.

 Some of the speakers: 

·      Pedro Alves – Aka… me! All about Pentaho 8.0, which is a different way to say “hum, just put some random title, I’ll figure out something later”
·      Dan Keeley – Data Pipelines – Running PDI on AWS Lambda
·      Francesco Corti – Pentaho 8 Reporting for Java Developers
·      Pedro Vale – Machine Learning in PDI – What’s new in the Marketplace?
·      Caio Moreno de Souza – Working with Automated Machine Learning (AutoML) and Pentaho
·      Nelson Sousa – 10 WTF moments in Pentaho Data Integration
If you haven’t done so, Register Here

We are looking forward to seeing you in
Mainz, which can be reached in only 20 minutes by train from Frankfurt airport or main train station!
In the meantime follow-up on all updateson Twitter.


-pedro, with all the content from this post shamelessly stolen from Ruth and Carolin, the spectacular organizers from IT-Novum

Let’s block ads! (Why?)

Pedro Alves on Business Intelligence