Meeting today’s dynamic data requirements goes beyond technology that focuses on operational capture, decision-support-oriented consumption, and data governance. Enterprise architects need to take into account a wider array of data sources and establish a performance measurement plan that tracks
Database managers are looking for a solution that capitalizes on the performance advantages of in-memory data storage, placing the highest value data in main server memory where it can be quickly accessed and processed. At the same time, you do not want your database solution to be limited to main
While the issue of provisioning ever-increasing volumes of storage is nothing new, the arrival of big data is forcing IT organizations and businesses to think differently—and to think about data as a big picture, rather than simply bits and bytes.
In this paper, Mark Peters of ESG discusses how the
AARP needed to transform its traditional BI infrastructure into a dynamic, blazing-fast environment which could assist with improved member documentation and recognition, accurately match services and product offerings to member needs and deliver value-added packages to targeted customer
This is a research report by noted industry analysts Claudia Imhoff, Intelligent Solutions, Inc., and Colin White, BI Research. IT leaders need to review and enhance their information architecture to support requirements fueled by big data, advanced BI and other innovations. Examine the What, the