From Data Warehouses to Data Lakes
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September 30, 2016
From the silver age of on-prem software companies like SAP and Siebel Systems to the golden age of enterprise software-as-a-service, we’re now seeing an explosion of data. All types, all sizes, and all over the place. And much of it is a sort of industrial “data exhaust”, where companies aren’t quite sure what question to ask of the data but are being bombarded with data due to the variety of data sources available today — from websites to sensors (and therefore data capture) everywhere. Before there is even a signal in the noise. So how do you solve a problem like this-Data? Beyond requiring new types of plumbing and integrations, enterprises now expect — given the age of mobile, web, cloud, and heck, let’s add millennials to the mix too — self service. To be able to ask, get, fit (curve-fit), predict. To take back the enterprise from the patchwork of integration and number of vendors we all have to deal with — the scope of which most companies in fact are not truly aware of. It’s about the lifecycle of…