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Denial, It Ain’t Just a River in Egypt…Especially, When It Comes to Dark Data

By   /  August 16, 2018  /  Data Architecture Blogs, Data Architecture News, Articles, & Education, Data Blogs | Information From Enterprise Leaders, Data Education, Enterprise Information Management, Information Management Blogs  /  No Comments

Click to learn more about author Bill Tolson. I remember being a kid, with the start of the new school year looming.  Even though I actually liked school, I was never really ready to relinquish the lazy hazy days of summer.  Instead, my theory was that if I just didn’t think about it, sandlot baseball, swims […]

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Three Best Practices for Managing Distributed Applications Architecture

By   /  August 10, 2018  /  Data Architecture Blogs, Data Architecture News, Articles, & Education, Data Blogs | Information From Enterprise Leaders, Data Education, Enterprise Information Management, Information Management Blogs  /  No Comments

Click to learn more about author Patrick Hubbard. Make no mistake, distributed application architectures can bring tremendous benefits for business. For example, actually using Cloud the way it’s designed can achieve the cost savings promised years ago. But for enterprise IT, distributed architectures can create a problem—many of the monitoring tools we’ve relied on for years […]

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Can Automation Save Big Data?

By   /  August 10, 2018  /  Big Data Blogs, Big Data News, Articles, & Education, Data Architecture Blogs, Data Architecture News, Articles, & Education, Data Blogs | Information From Enterprise Leaders, Data Education  /  No Comments

Click to learn more about author Amar Arsikere. “What would you think if I sang out of tune? Would you stand up and walk out on me?” The Beatles song everybody knows could also pass as the wilting rallying cry for Big Data, whose “tune” does seem out of sorts these days as more people question […]

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The Difference Between a Data Mart and a Data Warehouse

By   /  August 3, 2018  /  Data Architecture Blogs, Data Architecture News, Articles, & Education, Data Blogs | Information From Enterprise Leaders, Data Education, Enterprise Information Management, Information Management Blogs  /  No Comments

Click to learn more about author Gilad David Maayan. When an enterprise takes its first major steps towards implementing Business Intelligence (BI) strategies and technologies, one of the first things that needs clarifying is the difference between a Data Mart vs. a Data Warehouse. Understanding this difference dictates your approach to BI architecture and data-driven […]

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Best Practices for Consolidating Data

By   /  July 30, 2018  /  Data Architecture Blogs, Data Architecture News, Articles, & Education, Data Blogs | Information From Enterprise Leaders, Data Education, Database Blogs, Database News, Articles, & Education  /  No Comments

Click to learn more about author Joe deBuzna. Comparing your Data Across Multiple Source and Targets When you have data stored in multiple applications and want to consolidate it into a central Data Warehouse or Data Lake, you need to make sure the data in the source and the target remain consistent. But while consolidating data […]

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What Is Disaster Recovery (DR) – Plan, Strategy, Service, and Template in IT

By   /  July 17, 2018  /  Data Architecture Blogs, Data Architecture News, Articles, & Education, Data Blogs | Information From Enterprise Leaders, Data Education, Enterprise Information Management, Information Management Blogs  /  No Comments

Click to learn more about author Malik Zakaria. A system is said to be reliable when it operates symmetrically under all circumstances (normal and abnormal). Nobody can predict the abnormal behaviour. So, we should frame a robust system which can withstand the discrepancies. This discrepancy is termed as “Disaster”, it’s a phenomenon of causing interruption which […]

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