Data Storage in a Modern Analytics Architecture by Meagan Longoria

Published On: 2019-07-23By:

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In classic business intelligence environments, we integrate, transform, and summarize data to monitor business operations and conditions, helping decision makers determine what actions to take. Where we were once limited to a data warehouse and some reports, we now have more choices for how to store, process, and analyze our data.

Organizations want to reduce the “time to value”:  the amount of time it takes to acquire, perform necessary transformations, and deliver data to consumers. They also want to expand their analytical capabilities to include more types and sizes of data.

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