Given the growing demand for analytics and the need for organizations to advance beyond dashboards to self-service analytics and more sophisticated algorithms like machine learning (ML), enterprises are moving towards a unified environment for data and analytics. What is the best approach to accomplish this unification?
In TDWI’s recent Best Practice Report, Unified Platforms for Modern Analytics, written by Fern Halper, TDWI VP Research, Senior Research Director for Advanced Analytics, adoption, use, challenges, architectures, and best practices for unified platforms for modern analytics is explored. One of the approaches for unification outlined in the report is a data fabric approach.
Join us for a webinar with our Director of Product Marketing, Robin Tandon, where he will discuss the role of the logical data fabric in a unified platform for modern analytics, focusing on several of the key findings outlined in this report. He will share insights and use case examples that demonstrate how a properly implemented logical data fabric is the most suitable approach for Unified Data Platforms across enterprises and organizations.
Watch on-demand & Learn:
- The benefits of a unified platform and its ability to capture diverse & emerging data types and how to support high performance and scalable solutions.
- The role of an enhanced AI driven data catalog and its implications towards the findings in the best practice report.
- Implications of a logical data fabric as it relates to several of the recommendations outlined in the report.