How many users inside and outside of your organization access your organization’s data? Dozens? Hundreds is probably more like it, each with their own structure and content requirements as well as different access rights. As a result, many organizations have witnessed the formation of “data delivery mills,” in various shapes and sizes. How does one create order and reliability in this world of chaotic data streams? Quite easily, if it’s done with data virtualization.
According to Gartner, "through 2020, 50% of enterprises will implement some form of data virtualization as one enterprise production option for data integration.” Data virtualization enables organizations to gain data insights from multiple, distributed data sources without the time-consuming processes of data extraction and loading. This allows for faster insights and fact-based decisions, which help business realize value sooner.
Join us to find out more about:
• What data virtualization actually means and how it differs from traditional data integration approaches.
• How you can connect and combine all your data in real-time, without compromising on scalability, security or governance.
• The benefits of data virtualization and its most important use cases.