Access More Data
The business continues to ask IT for large volume of diverse data. These end users need this information in order to understand the market, customers, and the business. However, as more types of large volume of data are requested, and are needed in short order, strains are put on traditional architectures.
With an EDH, IT alleviates these data challenges by providing a secure, scalable, high performance processing and storage platform. This enables efficient data processing of any volume or type of data. In turn, this allows enterprises to access and operationalize more information helping unlock data flexibility and innovation.
Automated Secure Archive
As more data sources are ingested by enterprises, data volumes quickly become overwhelming for traditional systems. This forces IT to archive, or even delete data in order to reduce system capacity to hit performance standards.
To increase the return on data, forward-looking enterprises are doing two things. First, they are feeding new data through an EDH in order to create an automated secure archive. Second, they are archiving old data from their traditional systems to an EDH in order to keep old data accessible for end users. This in turn allows end users to increase the return on data investments by ensuring all data can be leveraged.
Optimize Data Processing
Rising data volumes have led to missed SLAs and degraded quality of service for end users and data applications. Time consuming data processing pipelines hurt enterprises because of the fact that if data doesn’t reach the end users in time then data is left out of the decision-making processes.
By offloading ELT workloads to an EDH, this allows you to free up traditional system capacity in turn increasing the quality of service for all data applications. Letting an EDH do all of the heavy lifting allows enterprises to streamline data processing by letting existing systems focus on what they are good at, which enables better data services to end users.