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Logical Architecture Is Always A Flexible Architecture (Australia)

Presented at Enterprise Architecture Virtual Summit (Australia)The current data landscape is fragmented, not just in location but also in terms of processing paradigms: data lakes, IoT architectures, NoSQL and graph data stores, SaaS applications, etc. are found coexisting with relational databases to fuel the needs of modern analytics, ML and AI. The physical consolidation of enterprise data into a central repository, although possible, is both expensive and time consuming.A logical data warehouse is a modern data architecture that allows organisations to leverage all of their data...

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Data Lakehouses: The Hype, Reality, and Why You Still Need a Logical Architecture Data

Lakehouses promise to deliver on all the benefits of data lakes and data warehouses, combined. The idea is that unstructured and structured data can live in one repository, equally supporting both data scientists and BI and analytics users, while lowering costs and also improving processing power and flexibility.As much as the blend benefits, however, data lakehouses also combine the weaknesses of data warehouses and data lakes, and a logical data fabric is still a necessity to unlock the full value from these new cloud offerings. If big data is any indication, most large organizations never...

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How data virtualization democratises analytics across the organisation (A/NZ)

Presented at Chief Data Officer July 2021 (A/NZ)The current data landscape is fragmented, not just in location but also in terms of processing paradigms: data lakes, IoT architectures, NoSQL, and graph data stores, SaaS applications, etc. are found coexisting with relational databases to fuel the needs of modern analytics, ML, and AI. Data Virtualization is a modern data integration technique in which a single semantic layer can be built containing semantic definitions of all of the underlying sources.Watch on-demand this session to understand how data virtualization:Helps organisations...

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TDWI Webinar On-Demand: Building the Unified Data Warehouse and Data Lake – Results of New TDWI Best Practices Research

For years, TDWI research has tracked the modernization and evolution of data warehouse architectures, as well as the emergence of the data lake design pattern for organizing massive volumes of analytics data. The two have recently converged to form a new and richer data architecture. The architecture is fairly new, and not many organizations have embraced it yet, although the majority of respondents to our recent TDWI Best Practices Report survey see it as an opportunity because it provides more options for managing an increasingly diverse range of data structures, end user types, and...

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A Logical Architecture is Always a Flexible Architecture (ASEAN)

The current data landscape is fragmented, not just in location but also in terms of processing paradigms: data lakes, IoT architectures, NoSQL, and graph data stores, SaaS applications, etc. are found coexisting with relational databases to fuel the needs of modern analytics, ML, and AI. The physical consolidation of enterprise data into a central repository, although possible, is both expensive and time-consuming. A logical data warehouse is a modern data architecture that allows organizations to leverage all of their data irrespective of where the data is stored, what format it is stored in...

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A logical architecture is always a flexible architecture (A/NZ)

Presented at Data Architecture Online A/NZThe current data landscape is fragmented, not just in location but also in terms of processing paradigms: data lakes, IoT architectures, NoSQL and graph data stores, SaaS applications, etc. are found coexisting with relational databases to fuel the needs of modern analytics, ML and AI. The physical consolidation of enterprise data into a central repository, although possible, is both expensive and time consuming.A logical data warehouse is a modern data architecture that allows organisations to leverage all of their data irrespective of where the data...

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Building a Scalable, Federated Data Architecture with Data Virtualization

Presented at DAMA VancouverFor more than three decades, business users have demanded a unified view of organizational data. Technologists have addressed this need, over time, first with databases, then with data warehouses, and more recently with data lakes. However, these technologies have become data silos housing different types of data. That’s where technologies like data virtualization played a critical role to provide a unified view of the enterprise information, without replicating data and delivering faster speed-to-market for products and services. As businesses go increasingly...

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DataFest 2019 NY Innovation Award: GE Capital Treasury

Attend this session to hear some of the most innovative use cases of data virtualization. Includes three customer case study presentations – get a chance to vote for most innovative use case to select the winner for this innovative award category.

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Delivering Self-Service Analytics using Big Data and Data Virtualization on the Cloud

Denodo customer presentation by Wang Cheung, Director of Data Platform Architecture, Guardian Life Insurance.

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Data Virtualization for Modern Data Integration

Alex Rosenthal, Head of EDO and Big Data Technologies, Guardian Life presents how to create a data abstraction layer so that business users are insulated from underlying system changes.

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