Tag "Cloud data warehouse"
If integration and data management are not already part of your technology and IT operations strategy, they soon will be. The push towards digital transformation and the adoption and consumption of lightweight microservices, advanced analytics, etc. are demanding more from today’s platforms. At the heart of today’s modernization initiatives is cloud technology. A lot of... more
Of all the advantages of having a data warehouse in the cloud, the biggest advantage is that your data warehouse can be elastic. You can add or remove compute and storage as your demand grows and shrinks, as frequently as you need. Resizing with Amazon Redshift Amazon Redshift allows two major ways to resize your... more
Over the last several months we have made significant enhancements to address emerging customer use cases with Amazon Redshift. These include the development of new cloud services that are designed to target specific use cases, and also general enhancements within our existing Redshift connectivity. These along with our powerful data integration features and industry’s broadest... more
There’s a great deal of momentum in the industry to modernize traditional on-premises enterprise data warehouse (EDWs) and move into the cloud. Yet, these traditional EDWs have been the lifeblood of enterprise analytics for several decades, and during this time, they have grown, transformed, and taken on use cases they were never originally designed for.... more
Today, Microsoft announced its Azure Synapse Analytics offering that combines two core use cases for modern analytics into a single platform: cloud data warehousing and big data analytics. Extending the power of Azure SQL Data Warehouse with the parallel processing, in-memory performance of Spark, and a unified development environment, Microsoft has raised the bar for... more
We now have data lakes with petabytes of data, being updated in real time with IoT, social and mobile information. Then there are tens of thousands of users accessing the data across various lines of your business: finance, sales, marketing, service, procurement, research & development, manufacturing, logistics and distribution. At this scale the only way... more
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