Tag "Cloud Analytics"

Fast-track Your ELT and ETL Use Cases with Free Cloud Data Integration on AWS

Speed up your data-led migrations and modernization on AWS with Informatica Informatica recently announced the availability of its Cloud Data Integration Free Service for AWS to kickstart data-led migrations on AWS with Informatica Intelligent Data Management Cloud (IDMC). This free service is high scale and high performant and ideally suited for enterprise AWS modernization use... more

How to Navigate the Complexities of a Multi-Cloud World

Multi-cloud is the default state of business technology today, either by accident or design. As cloud adoption rapidly proliferates, it is becoming clear for organizations that a simple “one cloud fits all” approach does not meet their business needs. Organizations are using a variety of IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS products to deliver cost-effective and flexible... more

4 Ways to Maximize the Value of Your Data Warehouse and Data Lake with Metadata Management

Businesses today are rapidly modernizing and consolidating data warehouses and data lakes in the cloud. The transformation over the past few years has been conspicuous. With the exponential growth in the amount of data being generated and with businesses and functions demanding quick access to that data, enterprises need to scale up their analytical capability.... 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

Build, Consolidate, and Modernize Analytics in the Cloud with Informatica’s Cloud Mass Ingestion

Cloud and AI are Driving a Change in Data Management Practices Data is the new currency, and it’s giving rise to a new data-driven economy. Some recent studies have found that an S&P 500 company’s average lifespan is now less than 20 years – down from 60 years in the 1950s. Almost all industries are... more

Women in Data: How Leaders Are Driving Success

As organizations across the board face new challenges in these disruptive times, now more than ever data leaders need strategies that deliver business value. In conversations with customers, I’ve heard first-hand how important it is to create a data strategy that’s based on business outcomes. To develop these strategies and succeed in the digital age,... more

Data Governance and the Snowflake Cloud Data Platform — Unlock Your Potential

Organizations are looking to drive agility and maximize the potential of their analytics initiatives by building new systems or modernizing consolidating existing on-premises systems in the cloud. With its unique architecture, Snowflake Cloud Data Platform provides elasticity, native support for diverse data, and compelling performance at a fraction of the cost while eliminating the complexity of conventional... 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

Managing and Governing Data in Today’s Cloud-First Financial Services Industry

Cloud is the modern technology foundation for most of today’s digitally driven financial services industry. Regardless of size, companies across all sectors, from banking to brokerages, are investing in new cloud-based solutions for modern business applications, transaction platforms, and analytics to improve customer experience, simplify IT, and reduce ongoing operational costs. According to Forbes, 67%... 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