Introducing the Enterprise Big Data Analyst Certification

Data analysis can be considered both as an art and as a science. The latter is straightforward, because the analysis of data, as well as model building, is deeply rooted into the scientific domains of statistics, mathematics and computer science. Data analysis, on the other hand, is also an art. It requires creativity, practical skills and repeatable methods. Especially in Enterprises, data analysis should be a structured process, with discernible steps and repetitious activities, that can be easily exchanged amongst colleagues. This is what makes data analysis highly interesting, as well as complex to master.

This second certification of the Big Data Framework series focuses on the required skills and knowledge of an Enterprise Big Data Analyst roleThe key objective of this certification and corresponding qualification, is to learn data analysis techniques that are applicable and valuable in organizations.

In this webinar, we will provide a high-level overview  of the key concepts and theories of Big Data Analysis. First, we identify business problems and objectives, and we subsequently explain which data analysis techniques or algorithms can be used to solve these enterprise questions.

Register for the webinar: Introducing the Enterprise Big Data Analyst Certification


Presenter: Jan-Willem Middelburg, author Big Data Framework

blankJan-Willem Middelburg is the CEO and co-founder of Cybiant, based in Amsterdam. He started Cybiant with the mission to make a more sustainable world for the Next Generation through the use of data and automation. Jan-Willem authored and co-authored numerous books, including Serious Gaming (2013), The Service Automation Framework (2017) and recently The Enterprise Big Data Framework (2018).

A pioneer and advocate for professionalisation in Automation and Big Data, he is a frequent keynote speaker and moderator at universities and technology conferences around the world. Jan-Willem holds a Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering, a Master’s in Supply Chain Management from the Rotterdam School of Management, and is currently pursuing a second Master’s degree in Computer and Information Technology at the University of Pennsylvania.