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Enterprise Data Archiving Is White Hot

Informatica recently hosted a webinar on Enterprise Data Archiving Best Practices with guest speakers, Tony Baer from Ovum and Murali Rathnam from Symantec IT.  With over 600 registrations, I would say that enterprise data archiving is not hot, it is white hot.  At least for Informatica.  With Big Data entering the data center, organizations are looking for ways to make room – either in the budget or in the data center itself.  Archiving is a proven approach that achieves both.  Given the complexities and interconnections of enterprise applications, Enterprise Data Archive solutions based on market leading technologies such as Informatica Data Archive, can deliver on the value proposition while meeting tough requirements.  (more…)

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Three More Things to Consider Around Big Data and Data Integration

Those moving to Big Data, and that is a lot of enterprises right now, should also consider the need for data integration to support their new data platform.  In many cases, the use of proper data integration procedures and technology is an afterthought.  However, with a bit of planning and the right data integration technology, the transition to Big Data can be a smooth and productive one.  Here are a few things to consider:

Data quality becomes even more important.  Considering that Big Data systems, no matter if they are within the cloud or the data center, manage massive amounts of data, both structured and unstructured.  Thus, the ability to manage data quality becomes more of a priority. (more…)

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