Dell EMC has partnered with Industry-leading Hadoop distribution vendors to deliver Isilon® scale-out NAS with Hadoop to provide organisations with a highly efficient, massively scalable, and secure data lake to optimise the use of EDW storage resources. With this solution, you can offload ETL and ELT processing from the EDW while providing an efficient active archive for cold data. Isilon, the industry’s #1 scaleout NAS platform, is an ideal choice for storing, managing and protecting data.
Intelligent Data Mobility is a strategy and approach to data migration that not only accelerates your value and utility from new equipment, but also delivers the flexibility to simply and efficiently move your data and workloads on an ongoing basis.
Data Lakes For Dummies, Dell EMC Special Edition, shows you everything you need to know about data lakes. You’ll see what they are, and why they can handle your data sorting and storage needs better than existing solutions. You’ll also discover how data lakes can greatly improve access to your data when it’s needed, removing data silos of storage, and how you can find the right data lake solution for your enterprise.
Gartner clients are creating new roles, job titles and duties referring to “data and analytics,” a shift in wording that reflects the wider transformation to data-driven digital business. The leaders of this transformation are new data executives, especially chief data officers.
While business analytics can unlock the future through well-informed decisions, an emerging challenge is that the surging volume of data threatens to overwhelm current generation business intelligence systems. For example, while SAP and SAP HANA represented transformational advances in the past, today’s Big Data workloads are straining those systems.
In this whitepaper, Advent One investigates recent milestones in the evolution of SAP and SAP HANA and explores a collaboration between SAP and IBM that answers the challenges placed upon existing databases and servers with a new architecture.
Many business management or accounting systems offer a form of Business intelligence (BI) module to provide enhanced data visualisation. However, BI involves more than simply arranging data into convenient and attractive visual formats.
We look at the meaning and purpose of BI in more depth and discover how can it deliver real value as part of a business management system.
Today’s enterprises have higher than ever demands for data and application availability. The rapid digitisation of business processes and increasing expectations from customers and partners for constant uptime is ushering in a new era for IT which is less restricted by manual data protection practices. Telsyte research shows 75 per cent of IT budgets are spent on operations and transformation programs with only 25 per cent left for innovation. To drive more innovation, CIOs must address their number one business priority — reducing operating expenses — and free their organisations from a complex collection of backup, storage and virtualisation systems to ensure applications are online and protected from failures and cyber attacks.
Businesses today often face the same challenges such as exponential data growth, a constant stream of new technologies and flat budgets. These challenges can hold your business back. For those that adopt innovative solutions or fresh approaches, however, these challenges become great opportunities to beat the competition by serving internal and external customers more effectively and efficiently.
Today, there is more pressure than ever for businesses to be always on and always available. The enterprise ecosystem has expanded to include customers, employees, partners, and suppliers — and all of these stakeholders are demanding services be available 24x7x365. With this heightened demand for availability, businesses can’t afford downtime. Every hour that systems are unavailable can significantly impact brand reputation, revenue, customer loyalty, and employee productivity.
Businesses are now operating in a connected world, where customers, partners, and employees require constant access to data and applications through a wide variety of devices and online portals. Many businesses are currently executing digital transformation strategies to satisfy customer and employee demands for constant data access and availability. While they are modernizing their business processes through the use of IT, they find that they also need to modernize their datacenters to ensure the required speed and reliability to consistently deliver a great end-user experience.