Retooling for the era of big data isn’t a question of starting from scratch. It doesn’t require radically reinventing the data warehouse (DW). Philip Russom, director of data management for TDWI Research, says that what’s needed are “adjustments” to how the DW is structured and managed.
We’re proud to introduce TDWI’s tenth annual Best of Business Intelligence: A Year in Review. In this issue, Stephen Swoyer argues that data management and big data are changing as we know them—and the data warehouse could be next.
Can big data technologies benefit your relational database and data warehouse environments? Find out in this TDWI E-Book. Plus: Expert Q&A on DW augmentation benefits and best practices; a look at how how big data challenges the status quo; and tips for handling Hadoop.
Is traditional BI broken? How can we fix it? And is big data more than just the latest fad? Find answers to these questions and more in this TDWI E-Book.
Download this TDWI E-Book to find out why turning business people into self-empowered “analytic explorers” involves more than just equipping them with discovery tools and turning them loose on massive data sets.
Download this TDWI E-Book to learn how to overcome obstacles, maximize business value, and get started with big data analytics. You’ll also read expert Q&A on misconceptions about big data analytics as well as a forecast of its future.
This TDWI E-Book covers the reasons predictive analytics is gaining in popularity; describes the benefits and challenges; takes a look at the importance of open source; clarifies three common misconceptions; and examines predictive analytics’ relationship to data mining.
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