Every enterprise is looking for ways to be more competitive in this digital economy and the key is to treat data as an asset. In fact, 48 perecent of all business decisions are data-driven and most IT leaders believe that a reliance on outdated legacy technology is preventing them from taking advantage of new data-driven opportunities.*
No matter where your organization is in its big data journey, a modern enterprise data architecture (MEDA), powered at its core by a data lake, bridges the gap between traditional use cases and modern ones, and is flexible enough to future-proof your company’s data architecture so that business leaders can harness all of the power of their data yet to come.
In this white paper we explore:
- Why legacy architecture falls flat as big data processing is moving to the cloud
- What a MEDA is
- The main components of a MEDA
- Why a data lake is at the core of a MEDA
- How to build a MEDA that will support your business drivers
Download, “Easing the pain of big data: Modern Enterprise Data Architecture,” to
harness the power of the data yet to come.
*The research was conducted by Vanson Bourne in April and May 2017. 500 interviews were conducted comprised of 250 IT decision-makers and 250 business users from large organizations with more than 500 employees in the US and UK.