Can’t Anyone Offer an End-to-End Big Data Solution? One Provider Is Building It Before Our Eyes

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In the Big Data and Analytics (BDA) market, even the largest players in the space, some of which in recent years have spent billions of dollars acquiring smaller BDA players in order to fill out their portfolios, have yet to introduce a unified platform to meet the data management needs of a broad swath of the market. As a result, paralysis by overanalysis keeps many organizations from making intelligent data choices.
What enterprises need is a unifying platform to manage all data for all purposes, under one roof—one with self-service capabilities to put analytic insights at the fingertips of every employee.

This report seeks to simplify understanding of the Big Data and Analytics space; introduces the possibility that one of these 400 or so providers could enable companies to cover all of their most pressing data needs in a single, unified solution; discusses the class of providers from which we believe such a solution could emerge; and analyzes how one of them appears to be building just such a solution.

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Can’t Anyone Offer an End-to-End Big Data Solution? One Provider Is Building It Before Our EyesSPIE 2017 #42 - December 1/2017IntroductionSo Many Choices, So Little TimeBDA Solution Types Organized into Functional CategoriesStratecast's Wish List of BDA EssentialsStratecast Predicts End-to-End BDA Will Emerge from BIThe Tipping Point May Be TIBCOCovering the Bases is a Complex BusinessStratecast - The Last WordAbout StratecastAbout Frost & Sullivan




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