It is not an explosion of data we should be worried about. It is an explosion of data processing, the growing complexity of our data pipelines, that may be our doom if not handled properly. We can do amazing things with data but only if our data pipelines are under control.
A business-ready data catalog provides businesses with this comprehensive view of all enterprise data assets and provides not just the physical details of data, but also how it can be used and where it is used. The result is trustworthy, reliable and detailed data businesses can use with confidence to inform and influence organizational decisions.
In the absence of data / evidence we need to be cautious about the motivations of those posting on Facebook and elsewhere.
As we leave 2020 behind i felt that this was an appropriate opportunity to review the evolution of Hadoop. Happy new year, everyone. This post was first published on the Precisely blog. When Hadoop was initially released in 2006, its value proposition was revolutionary—store any type of data, structured or unstructured, in a single repository…
To leverage value from MDM, organisations need to break away from this endless cycle of data integration. Next-generation MDM tools offer flexible integration options and true business agility.