Architecture

Organizations have an unprecedented opportunity to learn more about their businesses, markets, and customers from the explosion of data being generated from a wealth of sources — from sensors to apps, software to websites. The need to explore, analyze, and gain insights from this data has never been more pressing. With legacy business intelligence and analytics tools, the underlying technology is based on structured, relational databases. Relational databases lack the agility, speed, and true insights necessary to transform data into value.

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