Data Integration - Further Information
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Data Integration should be at the heart of data architecture modernisation initiatives such as next generation analytics, application modernisation etc.
There is a surprising lack of primary research to support any kind of claim with regards to the cost of, or cost-effectiveness of, data integration solutions.
IBM’s data integration products provide three methods for delivering data: ETL (extract, transform and load), which provides bulk (batch) data loading functionality; data federation, which supports virtual data delivery; and data replication, which allows incremental updates. The use of ETL…
Talend is established as the leading open source provider for data integration and the introduction of a unified data management solution represents a major step forward for the company.
Our results show dramatic, and surprising, differences between vendors and products in both overall TCO and in cost per project and cost per source and target s
The DataFlux Data Management Platform - the advantages of taking a unified approach to data integration
Unified and integrated products have generic advantages over best-of-breed approaches and unified platforms intrinsically have advantages over suites that are merely integrated.
Almost all projects involve data integration these days, because nearly every IT project involves multiple applications and databases.
This paper examines how data integration platforms are being used: what types of integration tasks they are being used for, on what scale, and whether this differs by product or vendor.
In this paper we consider the requirements of GRC, paying particular attention to risk, and discuss the dangers and costs involved in not having information when you need it.
Data migration is a very large subset of the data integration market. According to our research the market for data migration was significantly in excess of $5bn last year.