Legacy information technology environments usually consist of aging components, typically acquired over time to address specific business needs. While these systems met past needs, emerging opportunities and business pressures have motivated organizations to consider innovative data management technologies:
New technologies such as Hadoop, in-memory and columnar databases, and NoSQL databases are increasingly being moved into production; however, few organizations are at the point of completely ripping out their existing data management, data warehousing, and analytics infrastructure. Importantly, there is a business necessity for the environment to provide methods for hybrid data access to transition from the legacy framework to the environment of the future. This webinar explores the motivations for architecting a hybrid environment that uses techniques such as the data lake to straddle the gap between legacy systems and newer technologies. Attendees will learn about:
SAP and Intel
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