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  • How to avoid data lake failures

    Organisations are enthusiastically pressing ahead with data lake implementations. The lack of documented failures has convinced many organisations that data lakes are a magical answer to their data and analytics requirements. Many will likely fail; they just haven’t yet.

  • Your data lake: ‘Build it and they will come’

    Most IT leaders recognise that there are current gaps in their information and data platforms. There are significant portions of the enterprise data model that has not been captured or indeed has been caught too many times and there is duplication.

  • IAG saves millions with OpenStack

    Open source software and open source inspired approaches to development and innovation are set to play an increasingly large role in the future of ASX-listed insurance group IAG.

  • Is the Cloud the right place for your data warehouse?

    The single biggest news coming from Amazon Web Service's first user conference recently was the launch of the company's newest service, Redshift, a Cloud-based data warehouse tool. And it prompts the question: Is the Cloud the right place for data warehousing?

  • Hurdles for Hadoop

    "Big data" is the buzzword of the day, and learning to manage it and extract value from it is top of mind for executives across industries. A contributing factor to the surge in big data is a shift in prevailing corporate data management philosophies.

  • Amazon unveils data-warehouse-as-a-service

    Andy Jassy, head of Amazon.com’s cloud arm, Amazon Web Services, used his keynote at the inaugural AWS re:Invent developer conference in Las Vegas to unveil the latest addition to AWS’ cloud ecosystem: data-warehouse-as-a-service.

  • Queensland Health considers data warehouse, BI pilot

    Queensland Health is to begin piloting a new mental health data warehouse and business intelligence application as part of a wider push by the Queensland government to support mental health information management.

  • DoHA gets data warehouse in order

    Australia’s National Health Reform (NHR) initiative has taken a step forward with the announcement that it will shortly begin the enterprise data warehouse (EDW) overhaul component of the initiative.

  • Stock service's data warehouse now delivers in seconds, not hours

    Until a year ago, Pink OTC Markets Inc. had a problem. The company, which operates the Pink Sheets over-the-counter stock quotation service and the OTCQX service for foreign stocks to trade in the United States, couldn't deliver the reports its customers wanted.