While most companies have initiatives to become data-driven, the fact of the matter is that data is underutilized. In a recent survey, 62% of respondents indicated they could not find, access, and analyze over half of their data. As a result, your organization makes decisions using a partial view of the facts.
One of the main causes for this problem is that your data is distributed over a wide variety of locations and stored in a variety of formats.
Modern data-driven organizations are adopting new approaches like a data fabric or a data mesh to help them manage this diverse and distributed data landscape. A modern data architecture must include a logical data management layer that connects to distributed data sources to provide enterprise-wide data access.
In this session, we will discuss data management trends and map them to how they will deliver business value for various stakeholders within your organization.
Attend & Learn:
- What is a data fabric and its key components?
- Why organizations are adopting a data fabric to complement their cloud-based data modernization efforts.
- The value that business users, data scientists, and other data consumers get from an enterprise data fabric in driving data-driven decisions.