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Big Data Architectures Force An Overhaul Of Roles And Responsibilities

Moving Data Prep To The Edges Provides The Scalability We've Been Missing

March 4, 2015

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Business intelligence (BI) and analytics investments are not sustaining expected returns, but business decision-makers can expect evolving data management and analytics technology, married to appropriate changes in organizational models, to deliver on the promise. Enterprise and information architects are in a key position to help move their organizations along the path to a data-driven culture that results in a much smarter enterprise. This report lays out the common organizational models for analytics teams and assesses the impact of moving to a big-data-oriented, schema-on-read architecture.

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Table of Contents

  • Data Management Architectures Are Evolving To Meet Business Needs
  • Analytics Teams' Org Models Affect Architecture Effectiveness

  • Best Practices Futures Include CoEs, Self-Service, And Collaboration
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