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Digital Transformation for Federal Agencies

Forward-Thinking Agencies are Leveraging Data Virtualization to Gain Unprecedented Agility and Constituent ResponsivenessAs industries continue to engage in digital transformation, enabling people to interact with organizations in a more seamless, intuitive manner, people are naturally beginning to expect that government agencies will follow suit. In this solution brief, we illustrate how data virtualization can help to transform federal agency with respect to 5 core capabilities.Download this solution brief to learn:

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Customer Case Study: GEMA

In this video, Chrisoph Wieser, Enterprise Architect at GEMA explains how data virtualization was implemented as an extension of middleware to improve their response times and quality of service.This customer case study video will cover:GEMA’s specific business challengeHow they used data virtualization to address this business challengeWhat the benefits of data virtualization are in their particular caseWhy they chose the Denodo platformHow they plan to utilize the Denodo platform and data virtualization in future

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Succeeding in Self-Service BI

Kyle Quass, BI Data Architect, Indiana University presents how to architect a universal semantic model - a common business definition layer that simplifies integration

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Customer Case Study: Indiana University

In this video, Dan Young, Chief Data Architect at Indiana University, discusses how they used data virtualization to improve their decision-making across the university.

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Data Virtualization Empowers Self-Service Analytics to Gain Real-Time Access to Integrated Data Across the Enterprise

Realizing the Promise of Self-Service AnalyticsSelf-service analytics promises to liberate business users to perform analytics without the assistance of IT, and this in turn promises to free IT to focus on enhancing the infrastructure. Download this solution brief to learn more about the following:How fragmented data is seamlessly unified.How a high-maintenance data integrations are replaced by a single, low-maintenance data virtualization layer.How data delays are virtually eliminated, as data can be accessed in real time.How data integrity is preserved.How data lineage is fully traceable....

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Indiana University Case Study: Significant Improvements to Information Agility Across The University

Indiana University Improves Strategic Decision Making Across the Organization Using Data VirtualizationAs with most educational institutions, Indiana University (IU) has had a long history in business reporting and business intelligence, dating back to the days of the mainframe. Recently, the university began a new, multi-year project called the Decision Support Initiative (DSI), dedicated to helping IU improve decision making through enhanced data, models, and processes. DSI aims to improve access to data and analytic technologies, thereby providing transparency across the IU system, leading...

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Pantex Case Study: How Pantex Leveraged Data Virtualization to Reduce Training, Licensing and Maintenance Costs

How Pantex Used Data Virtualization to Share Sensitive Information Across Facilities to Maintain the Nuclear Weapons StockpileFaced with rising costs and increasing security risks, the NNSA established the Product Realization Integrated Digital Enterprise (PRIDE) program to securely deliver weapon product lifecycle information to engineers, scientists, and other users across different sites in North America. Sponsored by the NNSA, and with funding of about $30 million a year, the PRIDE program is a multi-year initiative to develop and manage a portfolio of applications. Nuclear weapon...

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Curing Advanced Data Ailments Using Data Virtualization to Aid Worldwide War on Cancer

Two of the 27 institutes that make up the National Institutes of Health (NIH), nation’s medical research agency, the National Cancer Institute (NCI) and National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) joined forces to execute on a project known as The Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA). The TCGA mission is to catalog the genetic mutations responsible for cancer using genome sequencing and bioinformatics. They collaborated with the International Cancer Genome Consortium (ICGC), a collaboration of the world’s leading cancer and genomic researchers, to making the genome data available to a larger...

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