[Book Discussion] - Architect's Guide to Implementing a Digital Transformation

Discussion created by maprcommunity Employee on Nov 10, 2016
Latest reply on Nov 11, 2016 by gdemarest



Where do you fall on the big data maturity curve?

What does it take to implement a digital transformation? Looking for guidance on becoming a successful data-driven business based on real-world experience instead of opinion?
In his new book, George Demarest presents the story of how organizations progress through four phases of digital transformation:
Phase 1: Experimentation - Understanding capabilities of the big data ecosystem
Phase 2: Implementation - Developing the first production use cases for digital business processes
Phase 3: Expansion - Expanding to multiple use cases/processes across the company
Phase 4: Optimization - Optimize, integrate, and converge data, applications, and processes
The use cases and examples in this book are based on hundreds of engagements with MapR customers. This book is bursting with key use cases and customer case studies, as well as practical advice on how you can transform your organization into a data-driven business.


Add a comment below. What did you think about this book?, What was your favorite part?, What would you like to read next about?

George Demarest and Jim Scott are eager to know your thoughts.


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