This Swiss global provider of personal computer and tablet accessories has its headquarters in Switzerland and California. The company develops and markets computer peripheral for PCs and other digital products. Their products include keyboards, mice, trackballs, microphones, webcams and bluetooth speakers. In 2022, the company reported around $5.4 billion in revenue with its 8,200 employees.
The cloud offers many benefits, but getting there often involves both downtime and headaches. Logitech, however, leveraged the Denodo Platform not only for a live cloud migration, with minimal impact on business, but also for extended cloud benefits like advanced analytics.
A Seamless Journey to Cloud
The Denodo Platform, hosted on Amazon AWS, established a hybrid data fabric to integrate on-premises and cloud sources in real time. This fabric abstracted data consumers from the complexities of physical access, including the migration itself. After creating a single consistent data store, the fabric feeds analytics and reporting applications such as Tableau, Pentaho BA, and web services. The fabric, enabled by the Denodo Platform, has become the single source of truth that feeds the entire consumption layer.
The Denodo Platform has also freed Logitech business users to become “tool agnostic,” since all tools tap into the same unified view of the data. Through rapid prototyping and the optimal usage of resources, the platform has significantly reduced operational expenses by avoiding costly post-production fixes.