Why top companies use hybrid data warehouses

Every modern organization needs analytic insight into their data, but some are unable to achieve it. In particular, organizations with legacy systems often have huge amounts of data — both transactional and unstructured — but struggle due to silos, miscommunication and difficulty integrating various data sources and types.

This reality has led to the adoption of hybrid data warehousing. As Aberdeen Group explains, this kind of data warehouse deployment is transforming the value proposition of enterprise analytics, leading to “almost twice the year-over-year increase in revenue” compared to traditional systems. A hybrid data warehouse “can operate in a world of legacy on-premise systems while exploiting the potential of cutting edge technologies and deployment styles.”

By implementing hybrid architecture, organizations can benefit from rapid data retrieval, flexible deployment and scalability – finding strength in three areas where traditional on-premises data warehouses are lacking.

Aberdeen concludes that “top companies are almost twice as likely to use a hybrid data warehouse architecture.”

Read the full report today to learn how organizations are seeing value with hybrid data warehousing. 

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