Ivor Moan explains how SAS Data Management software can help you address GDPR requirements.
Tag: data federation
Data virtualization simplifies increasingly complex data architectures Every few months, another vendor claims one environment will replace all others. We know better. What usually happens is an elongated state of coexistence between traditional technology and the newer, sometimes disruptive one. Eventually, one technology sinks into obsolescence, but it usually takes much longer than we expect. Think of
David Loshin's latest blog post: "Balancing Performance Measures for Data Accessibility using Data Federation."
This is the third in a series of posts about the topic of data federation. Click here for the full series. In the previous post, we examined how data federation offers a faster, more agile way to bring together data from disparate sources. Another interesting use case for data federation is security
This is the second in a series of posts about the topic of data federation. Click here for the full series. In the previous post, I described the basics of data federation and how the technology can be useful in today’s complicated IT environments. Next, let’s apply data federation to some real-world
Data federation is software that allows an organization to create a "virtual database" from multiple sources of like information. For example, customer data may be stored in multiple applications in the enterprise. This software allows us to "cherry pick" the BEST parts of customer from each data source, integrate it
This is the first in a series of posts about the topic of data federation. Click here for the full series. Data federation, the concept of bringing together data from different sources into a virtual view, is quickly gaining traction as an easy and agile fix for some of the thorniest