Reinventing the Data Warehouse

| August 4, 2016

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When it comes to managing today’s data and how it is used, current data warehousing solutions simply can’t keep up. Based on assumptions and technologies from decades ago, conventional data warehouses are ill-equipped.It used to be the case that most of the data you wanted to analyze came from sources in your data center: transactional systems, enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications, customer relationship management (CRM) applications, and the like. The structure, volume, and rate of the data were all fairly predictable and well known.

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