Unified Data Platform Weaves Distributed, Diverse, and Dynamic Data in Modern Environments
Data is key to an organization's success, but simply having it is not enough. Many have come to realize that achieving measurable business benefits from data first requires that they be able unlock its value in order to generate insights that drive decisions.
However, most enterprises do not know what data they are currently managing, how they are managing it, how they can combine the data in more useful ways, and how to extract maximum value. According to IDC, 65% of organizations are using at least 10 different data engineering and intelligence tools to integrate data coming from or going to up to 10 different data management technologies.
In this analyst brief, IDC's Steward Bond explains how organizations can address these challenges with a unified data platform and offers specific considerations for such a platform, including:
- Modern, composable architecture
- Outcome-based data engineering
- A modern layer over legacy systems
To learn more, download the brief from IDC, Unified Data Fabric Weaves Distributed, Diverse, and Dynamic Data in Modern Environments.