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Panel discussion at Denodo DataFest 2018 on the subject of disrupting your business with data virtualization.Panelists:Noel Yuhanna, Principal Analyst, ForresterAlan Knox, Technical Operations Manager, Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH)Krishna Gubili, Analytics Business Leader, Wipro Moderated by: Ravi Shankar, CMO, DenodoVisit Denodo DataFest 2018 to watch all the sessions on-demand.
Enterprise data virtualization has become critical to every organization in overcoming growing data challenges. In this webinar, Forrester analyst Noel Yuhanna, author of The Enterprise Data Virtualization Wave, will address:Data virtualization market growth trends and momentumKey solutions and use casesHow leaders like Denodo are differentiating from other vendors in the marketVisit Denodo DataFest 2018 to watch all the sessions on-demand.
Implementing a Fast Data Strategy requires many technologies including data virtualization, big data, BI, cloud, and so on. In this interactive panel, experts from Forrester, Autodesk, and Hortonworks debate how these technologies come together to deliver tangible business value. Hear market analysis from Forrester, real-time implementation from Autodesk, and big data use from Hortonworks.
"Information from the past won't support the insights of the future - businesses need real-time data," said Forrester Analyst Noel Yuhanna. In this presentation he will explain the challenges of latent data faced by business users, the need to accelerate fast data strategy using data virtualization, and the implications of such strategy.
Guest Speakers and Experts from Forrester Research, Hortonworks, and Denodo Discuss Three Ways to be SuccessfulAfter attending the Strata 2015 conference, Forrester Research analyst Noel Yuhanna co-authored the report “Critical Big Data Insight From Strata 2015" Forrester Research, Inc., May 29, 2015, which stated “[Business] managers as well as data and technology professionals are all enthralled with the promise of big data [but] disillusioned with its complexity.” Big data vendors are innovating rapidly, but how are you keeping up with them? Here is your chance to hear from Noel about the...
By Noel Yuhanna, Forrester ResearchIn this ebook, Noel Yuhanna, Principal Analyst at Forrester Research and lead author of the recently published, The Forrester Wave™: Enterprise Data Virtualization, Q1 2015 report, explains the most up-to-date research on data virtualization – fresh trends, hot use cases and innovations and why it is essential for modern data architectures. This ebook also includes real-life examples from large and complex deployments of data virtualization.
Traditional data integration approaches can no longer satisfy today’s new requirements - increasing data volumes, heterogeneous complexity, and extreme agility required to support new business initiatives. Data Virtualization's flexible architecture and expanding features are driving broad adoption and growth as enterprise architects use the technology to create a virtual data services layer to support requirements for secure, self-service access to real-time or batch data for a wide range of applications and processes.
PALO ALTO, CA, March 17, 2015
Cited for Continuous Product Innovation - Denodo Ranks in Top 2 for Current Offering.
Denodo Technologies today announced that it has been positioned as a Leader in Forrester Research's new report: The Forrester Wave™: Enterprise Data Virtualization, Q1 2015. Forrester evaluated nine vendors against criteria found in three categories: current offering, strategy and market presence. The report recognized that the data virtualization market is thriving with over two dozen solutions, and more mature solutions available to support very large and complex deployments....
Delivering New Insight, Faster Data Access, and Real-time Data Sharing.Key technology trends impacting enterprises in 2013 — Mobility, Big Data, Analytics and Cloud — require faster information access, seamless data integration, and real-time data from any type or source.These trends have led to increasing volume, complexity and usage of data which have created new data integration challenges and requirements facing enterprises today. Add to this the typical 50% — 100% annual growth in data volume for critical applications, and it is clear that traditional integration approaches are no longer...