Marco pozzan

 
Italian (Italy) Introductory Analytics

Sistema di controllo del traffico con architettura Big Data

Speaker

Marco Pozzan

Microsoft Business Intelligence team leader at Methode

Consultant and trainer in business intelligence, business analytics since 2002 the main activities are related to relational data warehouse design and multidimensional design with Microsoft tools. Since 2017 I have been dealing with Big Data architecture and in general with the modern Data warehouse in Azure I am a teacher at the University of Pordenone in the course of data analysis and Big Data Community Lead of 1nn0va (www.innovazionefvg.net) MCP, MCSA, MCSE from 2017 MCT and from 2014 MVP for SQL Server and speaker in various conferences on the topic.

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