Data Labs

AI and IOT: How AI Can Perform Vital Decision-Making Tasks in Selecting Tools for Action and Analysis
Tech Level: Intermediate
Prerequisite: Familiarity with iWay or WebFOCUS
Wednesday 3:00 - 4:00
Joe Rudich, Information Builders
When an enterprise is fully committed to the Internet of Things (IoT), it may have thousands of sensors or devices to monitor or take action. Given that resources, both human and automated, are limited, which ones are important? What is the priority? This lab will use simple tools for machine learning, model training, and action sets so AI can decide which messages or actions are best for iWay process automation, WebFOCUS dashboards, Omni remediation, or immediate intervention by humans or other processes to prevent catastrophic results. This lab intends to provide attendees with take-away skills they can use to create a digital assistant to help with in-real-life (IRL) problems. It will showcase a full IOT device lifecycle and it is NOT intended for data science experts.
iWay Applications: Best Practices With a Social Twist
Tech Level: Novice
Thursday 1:45 - 2:45
Inessa Gerber, Information Builders
Walter Zublionis, Information Builders
This lab will explore the world of iWay integration products while implementing an interactive application. Users will create various components, including business flows, APIs, and deployment profiles, all using the latest iWay technology. This lab will guide you through best practices for application design while using fun connectors such as Slack and others. Participants will be able to exchange messages with each other in this interactive and fun experience.
iWay Service Manager on the Edge
Tech Level: Novice
Thursday 3:00 - 4:00
Walter Zublionis, Information Builders
Inessa Gerber, Information Builders
In this lab, we will walk our customers through building a process flow using various iWay Service Manager (iSM) Edges that are used to connect pflow objects. We will show how to customize edges to route messages, explain how to view what edges are returned from each object, and build reusable error handling pflow. Also, attendees will learn how to maintain important information about a message when an error/notification is processed.
Omni-Gen Consumption Builder
Tech Level: For All
Thursday 11:15 - 12:15
Eric De La Garza, Information Builders
Don Bowers, Information Builders
The Omni-Gen Consumption View enables organizations to leverage existing data to generate valuable actionable insights, which leads to tangible business results. In this lab, you will build several consumption views for different types of users. You will explore various features of the Consumption View product, which will enable you to create unique slices of data for specific business purposes. You'll also learn how to create and populate your consumption model and expose it to the external users. Lastly, this session will show you how to use WebFOCUS to report from generated data and perform business analytics.
What's New With the Omni-Gen Workbench
Tech Level: Novice
Thursday 10:00 - 11:00
Craig Sanders, Information Builders
Don Bowers, Information Builders
Be one of the first to get hands-on with the new features of Omni-Gen!