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Relativity Fest 2018

Matt Bolte

Relativity Support Architect I, Customer Support, Relativity

Speaker Bio

Matt is a Relativity support architect, handling issues for Relativity customers. His favorite tasks are those requiring SQL and IIS analysis. Prior to Relativity, Matt worked in a support role for a Chicago-based document management company. He graduated from Bradley University with a degree in management information systems. In his free time, Matt's obsessed with economics and personal finance.

PR225289 - Optimizing your Analytics Infrastructure and Configuration This session gives an overview of the structured analytics, conceptual analytics, and active learning components in the Relativity Analytics infrastructure and how to best optimize the hardware you have. We'll also discuss managing and scaling your infrastructure. 1 Hour Lecture Ben Redding - Application Specialist II, Customer Support, Relativity
Matt Bolte - Relativity Support Architect I, Customer Support, Relativity
Michael Bialek - Application Specialist II, Relativity