Posts Tagged ‘data warehouse



Why Big Data Projects Fail

by   |   March 5, 2013   |   4 Comments

When approaching big data, the industry places a lot of focus on ‘the three Vs”: Volume, variety, and velocity. Yet, not nearly enough emphasis is being placed on the most important V – value. For this reason, too many big data projects are being undertaken without the kind of results that are possible, writes Stephen Brobst of Teradata in this opinion article. Read More…


Data Warehousing Wafts Further into the Cloud

by   |   January 25, 2013   |   Leave a comment

Companies have been able to run data analytics applications in the cloud for some time, either by leasing dedicated space or using a utility-style rental model on shared equipment. Now, Internet companies and startups are building data warehousing offerings designed from the ground up to run on the cloud. Read More…




Achieving Organizational Alignment for Big Data Analytics

by   |   November 20, 2012   |   Leave a comment

Numerous aspects of big data analytics hold appeal, and while individuals within an organization can “test drive” them, these new technologies need to win adoption in a broader enterprise setting. Managers need to answer: What is the process for piloting technologies to determine their feasibility and business value? And: What must happen to bring big data analytics into organization’s system development lifecycle? Read More…


Change the Definition of the Data Warehouse

by   |   November 16, 2012   |   Leave a comment

While traditional hand-coded approaches to data warehouses no longer fulfill their promise, the data warehouse itself remains a cornerstone of an organization’s information foundation, writes Kalido CEO Bill Hewitt in this opinion piece. To make it work today, companies need to manage data as a shared enterprise asset by supporting the business process of data management. Read More…