Moving IT to the cloud is one of the main objectives for many companies. But once achieved, they find managing data in a hybrid environment a challenge. This is when metadata management becomes more important than ever.
A new study from data virtualisation provider Denodo makes for an interesting snapshot of where cloud migration trends sit today, with security remaining top of mind and hybrid and multi-cloud architectures key.
Cloud adoption is gaining momentum, as 36 percent of organizations are currently in the process of migrating to the cloud while close to 20 percent consider themselves to be in the advanced stages of implementation.
What’s driving cloud migrations and which clouds are most popular? What are the most common use cases? These and other trends are revealed in a new global survey.
Meeting the stringent requirements of the GDPR is no easy feat. Denodo’s Saptarshi Sengupta discusses how a leading organization approached the challenge – and achieved significant time and expense in the process.
According to new research by data virtualization provider Denodo, security and privacy are the biggest cloud data migration challenges. The Denodo Global Cloud Survey 2019 is the result of feedback from more than 200 business executives and IT professionals. While cloud adoption is on the rise — 36 percent of those polled are currently in the midst of migrating to the cloud — security remains the top challenge. In fact, more than 50 percent of the survey’s respondents cited security as their chief concern with cloud computing.
Data virtualization leader Denodo has published an eBook, titled Data Virtualization for Dummies, for business leaders looking into the technology.
How a service provider to insurance companies modernized its data infrastructure to create products for the modern age.
Machine Learning elicits mixed reactions. On the one hand, some consider Machine Learning a company’s new super power that has “swept enterprise technology, using mass amounts of data and algorithms to make predictions.” At the same time Machine Learning has been considered an overhyped fad and a panacea, failing to deliver. While both can be true, companies need to factor in Machine Learning to automate business.
Denodo recently announced that a free Test Drive environment is now available on Microsoft Azure. The latest Denodo Test Drive allows users to effortlessly develop real-time data delivery sans the replication and also check out the advantages of using the Denodo Platform on Microsoft Azure.