Topic "Cloud Data Warehouses and Data Lakes"

Why You Should Use Informatica’s ELT or Advanced Pushdown Optimization for Snowflake

Learn about scalable, cost-efficient, and extremely productive data integration using Advanced Pushdown Optimization. The importance of using ELT Traditional data warehousing can’t keep up with the demands of rapidly growing data volumes, processing workloads, and data analysis use cases. Many organizations are moving their data warehouses to cloud, as a first step in the data warehouse modernization process.... more

How to Put Data to Work for Self-Service Analytics and Data Science With AI-Powered Enterprise Data Preparation

Trends driving demand for enterprise-scale data preparation Today, organizations are excited about the potential value of data to drive data-informed decisions for competitive advantage. But gaining the full value from the rapidly growing data in volume and diversity is increasingly challenging. There is also a growing demand for trusted data from every user to make... more

How to Move to Google BigQuery Data Warehouse

As the founder of modern management, Peter Drucker, once said, “If you can’t measure, you can’t improve it.” In an effort to move towards a modern enterprise data and analytics ecosystem, many businesses are considering moving to cloud-based enterprise data warehouses, like Google BigQuery. But to get there, they face challenges around the increased disparate... more

Simplicity, Productivity, and Scale for Cloud Data Warehouses and Data Lakes

How to Achieve Cloud-Native Analytics Nirvana Cloud is a key enabler to every digital transformation initiative, and we’re seeing the adoption of cloud increasing exponentially. Over 80% of workloads are expected to be run in the cloud this year and the same number are expected to move between clouds (Source: Forbes, Logic Monitor Cloud Adoption).... more

Getting Started With IoT Geospatial Data

Every day the number of devices connected to the internet keeps growing. As more smart devices and advanced sensors come online this number will keep rising exponentially. Some estimates suggest that by 2025 there will be about 41.6 billion connected devices, which can generate 79.4 zettabytes (ZB) of data [Source: IDC]. Some of these will be sensors... more

Drive Business Insights with Governed Data Lake Management for Amazon S3

Enterprises have changed the way they conduct business today as a result of the current pandemic. More and more, CDOs are tasked with providing quick and just-in-time data to internal consumers, while controlling risk and adhering to compliance requirements. Customer engagements have changed as well. Customer engagement models have shifted significantly toward digital with the... more

Google Fireside Chat Recap: What’s Hot and Trending in Data and Cloud Analytics?

We recently had the pleasure to listen to two tech luminaries in the data management and analytics space. Darshan Joshi, SVP Technology at Informatica, sat down with Sudhir Hasbe, Director of Product Management for Google Cloud Platform for a quick “fireside chat” as part of our summit for enterprise architects.  Given that we are in... more

Why data needs to be hands-free

Data is being democratized, extending the audience for business analytics by sharing access with more enterprise users. In theory, that should mean more people can bring insights to the surface and uncover new opportunities to create customer value. Advances like data orchestration and data lakes have made broader access easier – but many organizations still... more

Enjoying your data lake from your lakehouse

When it comes to data, businesses have trust issues. According to a survey by TDWI, 64% of CIOs(1) believe data quality and management are the biggest barriers to unleashing the power of all the information they process and store. To gain more control, companies have invested in cloud data warehouses and data lakes. The growing... more

Unleashing data’s promise in disrupted times

The average lifespan of an S&P500 company is now less than 20 years – down from 60 years in the 1950s. If large organizations are going to survive, they need to radically rethink strategies and business models. Grocery stores are launching banks. E-commerce businesses are building brick and mortar locations. Amid all the disruption, the... more