Tag Archives: next generation data integration
There are three reasons why we haven’t achieved 1-click data management in a corporate data marketplace. First, it wasn’t a problem until recently. The signs that we really needed to manage data as an asset across the enterprise only appeared about 20 years ago. Prior to that, data management occurred at the application system level and we didn’t need a separate focus on Information Asset Management (IAM) at the enterprise level. The past five years however have a seen a strong growing awareness of the challenges and need for IAM; to a large degree driven by big-data opportunities and data privacy and confidentiality concerns. (more…)
Evolving from Chaos to Competitiveness: The Emerging Architecture of Next-Generation Data Integration
To compete on Big Data and analytics, today’s always-on enterprise needs a well-designed evolving high-level architecture that continuously provides trusted data originating from a vast and fast-changing range of sources, often with different formats, and within different contexts.
To meet this challenge, the art and science of data integration is evolving, from duplicative, project-based silos that have consumed organizations’ time and resources to an architectural approach, in which data integration is based on sustainable and repeatable data integration practices – delivering data integration automatically anytime the business requires it. (more…)
This year marks the 20th anniversary for Informatica. Twenty years of solving the problem of getting data from point A to point B, improving its quality, establishing a single view and managing it over its life-cycle. Yet after 20 years of innovation and leadership in the data integration market, when one would think the problem had been solved, all data had been extracted, transformed, cleansed and managed, it actually hasn’t — companies still need data integration. Why? Data is complicated business. And with data increasingly becoming central to business survival, organizations are constantly looking for ways to unlock new sources of it, use it as an unforeseen source of insight and do it all with greater agility and at lower cost. (more…)
What is big data? Simply put, it’s data that is big, it’s your data when it gets big. And for most of you, that’s already happened or inevitable. Regardless of how you define big data, a more important question is “Are you ready for big data?”. Without some careful consideration of your data architecture, when faced with big data challenges you may find yourself writing some big checks as you scramble to address the new demands on your business. Fortunately not all is lost. As many Informatica customers have already learned, next generation data integration can help arm you to handle big data without ripping and replacing your existing data integration architecture. (more…)