How Are You Storing Your Big Data?
Because of increased data volumes and variety, current data architecture are evolving beyond traditional databases, especially given the demand for modern big-data analytics in many aspects of an organization.
Sure, data stores, data warehouses, and other tools are widely popular, but there’s been increased demand for the risk-reward repository known as a data lake.
Cleo’s VP of Technology John Thielens writes that the demand for increased accessibility for information analysis is driving companies who manage and move lots of unstructured data toward this relatively new data storage concept.
Read John’s full guest feature article, “Investing in a Data Lake? Shore up the Big Data Gateway,” at InsideBigData.