Enterprise Search Solutions powered by Eclipse

Hans Christian Brockmann

Runtime · Sponsored
Wednesday, 10:30, 40 minutes | Seminarräume 2-4

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Efficient data access has become a key competitive factor for enterprises. Already enterprises are storing terabytes of data and the volume is growing virtually at exponential rates. Semantic data and text analysis technologies are increasingly gaining acceptance as we are simply incapable of handling the amounts of data we are being exposed to. As the co-presenter Horst Bräuner (CIO for the city of Schwäbisch Hall) will explain, the roll-out and management of such helpful technologies is a strategic challenge for those in charge of archives and enterprise data. The Eclipse project SMILA is aiming to provide just the kind of infrastructure that is needed to solve your short term enterprise search needs and will also provide you with a way to seamlessly upgrade your infrastructure to support the lastest semantic and semantic web technologies.

Chris Brockmann, GM brox IT-Solutions Chris was educated in Germany, the UK and the US. Chris holds an MBA from Wake Forest University, NC. Before starting brox, Chris spent 10 years in various positions with ERP vendor Baan. His responsibilities included solution sales to customers like GM, Delphi, Visteon, Ford, Porsche, Mitsubishi and Daimler in Europe, North America and Asia. In 1998 Chris founded brox with the goal to enable enterprises to achieve the same level of excellence in information logistics that ERP systems were giving them in physical logistics. brox products Anyfinder and Enterprise Information Framework were successful in organizations like Audi, CreditSuisse, Dresdner Bank, Volkswagen and others, prior to the launch of the Eclipse SMILA initiative under his direction. As a member of the Eclipse Board of Directors, Chris is closely following the progress of open source in the runtime space and working with various organization to foster acceptance, standardization and adoption of open source business models by enterprise customers. Chris is also in charge of the eccenca (a SMILA distribution) Technology Partners Program and in this role is setting up a global network of excellence with partners delivering text analytics, natural language processing, indexing, semantics, storage and other exciting technologies.

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