Digital Realty, a leading global provider of data center, colocation, and interconnection solutions, wanted to speed up business time-to-value and improve data sharing among its enterprise systems, using a modern data architecture. Digital Realty wanted to replace their existing, inflexible ETL processes with more agile, efficient data integrations across its business systems. The company also wanted to create a data services fabric for internally and externally facing applications.Digital Realty’s business moves at the speed of its customers, so the company’s goal was to understand customer behaviors and needs and deliver world-class solutions that meet those needs.
The Denodo Platform rapidly delivers integrations across business systems and facilitates the creation of standardized views for internal applications and business users. Providing a data abstraction layer across multiple, distributed, heterogeneous repositories, Denodo’s data virtualization technology generates integrated business data in real-time or near real-time, as needed by consuming applications, business processes, analytics, or business users.
The Denodo Platform has successfully met all of the performance needs of Digital Realty and has enabled the company to apply the data virtualization technology to both analytical and operational use cases, to achieve the company’s business goals. The Denodo Platform delivers significant cost advantages through its fast development speed and its ability to adapt to dynamic business requirements.
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In this interview, Paul Balas, VP of information delivery at Digital Realty, discusses the value proposition of leveraging Denodo Platform and Semarchy's MDM platform to achieve valuable outcomes.
Modernizing a data warehouse is no easy task. Digital Realty successfully accomplished this goal by using a data abstraction layer supported by real-time data virtualization.
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