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TDWI Upside - Where Data Means Business

Contributor: Steve Swoyer

Stephen Swoyer is a technology writer with more than 16 years of experience. His writing has focused on business intelligence, data warehousing, and analytics for almost a decade. He’s particularly intrigued by the thorny people and process problems most BI and DW vendors almost never want to acknowledge, let alone talk about.


All articles by Steve Swoyer

GridGain Goes In-Memory One Better

Vendors such as GridGain say they want to democratize in-memory computing, but that's happening right now. The prerequisites are falling into place.

Pervasive BI: Survey Finds Ease of Disuse

How often do people actually use BI technologies? BI adoption can't seem to crack 25 percent. What if the users actually working with BI are using it to the max?

Bringing Architecture Back

TDWI Research's Philip Russom describes a logical architecture that knits together the multi-platform present (with its panoply of databases) into a diverse data warehouse environment, or DWE.

Integration Futures: iPaaS Has Arrived

Integration platform-as-a-service, or iPaaS, is a big category: it encompasses everything from traditional application and data integration to integration between and among REST-ful applications.

BI Use in a Holding Pattern

Historically, a shockingly small proportion of potential information consumers has actually used BI. It's beginning to seem as if that isn't ever going to change.

Data Integration and Analytic Heterogeneity

If you want to understand data integration in an age of analytic heterogeneity, you must follow the process: process movement, not data or workload movement, is where it's at.

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