Jan Aertsen, neo4j
Many years ago when it-novum had just become partner of Pentaho, one of the first people I met at Pentaho was Jan Aertsen. We re-met at several Pentaho community meetings and I´m delighted to know that he will speak at PCM in Bologna
despite the fact that he recently has left the company.
Håkon Bommen will talk about the real time step in PDI
Pentaho Data Integration can be used for an incredible amount of operational needs. Be it classical ETL steps, costs calculation or report management, you can practically do everything with PDI including realtime stuff. Håkon Bommen from Norway will demonstrate how to do realtime streaming with PDI and Raspberry PDI at Pentaho Community Meeting
Håkon who are you?
I am a person that likes to build things. At work, I build cubes, jobs, and transformations. zum Artikel
Giorgio Grillini and Virgilio Pierini
Healthcare organizations are challenged with massive amounts of data like patient data, insurance data, billing information or patient satisfaction scores. With tightened regulations and a need to improve operations and patient care, healthcare organizations are becoming even more challenged with reporting and leveraging disparate data sources. At Pentaho Community Meeting
, Giorgio Grillini and Virgilio Pierini will present a usecase for blending and analyzing health data in order to improve patient healthcare, resource efficiency, and financial and regulatory reporting.
Only 7 weeks to go until Pentaho Community Meeting
! We have more than 230 Pentaho enthusiastics registered and are waiting for more to come. One of the many good reasons to attend PCM is Luis Silva’s talk about PDI and XML.
Luis, who are you?
My name is Luis. I graduated in Physics and went on to do research in computational Geophysics. zum Artikel
Mihai Rizea and Antonio Pacheco know how to secure Pentaho
Though not being supported file based repositories are frequently used in Pentaho. Mihai Rizea and Antonio Pacheco have developed a set of routines to inform the developer and to aid him in avoiding the common pitfalls of deploying code on a file based repository. They will present it at Pentaho Community Meeting in November. zum Artikel
Using Pentaho at a large scale: CERN
With 15,000 potential users, CERN is one of the largest Pentaho users in the world. The European Organization for Nuclear Research uses Pentaho since 2014 and thus offers a wide range of fascinating use cases. Gabriele Thiede and Jan Janke have been working with Pentaho at CERN for years and after having presented the different aspects of the project at past community meetings (PCM17
), they will share it with us at Pentaho Community Meeting
Christopher Keller will present Pentaho/SAP Connector
Data should be accessible for analyses. But oftentimes it´s not. It can be locked in systems across the organization and you just don´t have a clue how to get access to it. Or the time. That´s why I´m excited to have Christopher Keller at Pentaho Community Meeting
: he will present a connector for extracting data from SAP systems and processing them in PDI.
Diethard Steiner at Pentaho Community Meeting 2017
At Pentaho User Meeting in March, Nis Christian Carstensen talked about how to run Pentaho in a Kubernetes cloud
. Diethard Steiner, passionate Pentaho user, will go more into the technical details at Pentaho Community Meeting in Bologna. His presentation will cover the topic of scaling Pentaho Server with Kubernetes.
Pranav Lakhani develops a plugin for self-service dashboards in Pentaho
The perception of open source can differ strongly from country to country. I notice this when visiting our projects in Austria, Switzerland and Germany – though all of them German-speaking, open source adoption isn´t the same everywhere. But what about the rest of the world? I talked to India-based Pranav Lakhani about his talk at Pentaho Community Meeting
and the state of the open source community in India.
Matt Casters at Pentaho Community Meeting 2017
Earlier this year, the open source community was shocked by a news noone had hoped to ever hear: Matt Casters had left Pentaho/Hitachi
. Many data folks like me have grown up with „Mr. Kettle“, the Belgian guy that wrote lots of code and became an institution in the data integration sector.