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Data for breakfast: Exasol meets Data Science

This year, too, we are hosting our successful data-for-breakfast-series. Visit us on 21st February from 09:00 to 12:00 hours at Walter-Gropius-Straße 17 in Munich to enjoy "Analytics on a high-performance DB platform".

Run your data science on Exasol!

Register now!

Learn how to migrate your existing data-science cases to Exasol, the analytics database, and which benefits it offers you. 

Look forward to an entertaining and practical training session with a delicious breakfast.

The event will be held in German.

The Agenda

  1. Setting up Exasol in AWS
  2. Loading data into Exasol
  3. Scikit-learn example (local)
    • Learn/train/value
    • Execute/run/perform
  4. What is the advantage of setting up everything in Exasol?
  5. Introduction to Exasol
    • What is Exasol? / Architecture
    • Language container
  6. Scikit-learn example with Exasol
    • Learn/train/value
    • Execute/run/perform
    • Execution plan
  7. Outlook: What else does Exasol enable besides ETL?

Who should participate?

The event is aimed at data-science decision-makers, database experts and enterprise architects.

What will you learn about?

  • The possibilities offered by Exasol to data science
  • Interaction between databases and algorithms
  • Options which Exasol offers besides ETL
  • Advantages of data science with Exasol

Register now and secure your free place!

Our Exasol and data science experts look forward to a personal exchange with you.

Unsere Referenten

Timo Böhm is a consultant with a focus on data science and AI. He possesses industry knowledge of e-commerce, retail, consumer goods, customer service and the pharmaceutical sector, among others.

Simon Dudanski

Simon Dudanski is a consultant with a focus on data warehouses, data integration and reporting at b.telligent, and has advised clients from various industries such as finance and e-commerce on business intelligence since 2014.


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