New technologies and solutions are giving businesses new avenues to to deliver a competitive edge. From startups to Fortune 100 companies, success means increasing efficiency, agility and innovation through better collaboration, visibility, and performance.
However, as business applications continue to grow more sophisticated, so does the challenge of supporting them.
DBTA recently held a roundtable discussion featuring Kevin Petrie, senior director and technology evangelist at Attunity, and Brian Bulkowski, co-founder and CTO at Aerospike, who discussed new data management technologies and techniques for meeting the speed and scalability requirements of modern applications.
Decision engines are changing, according to Petrie, and traditional analytics requires business reporting, batch analysis of data at rest, transactional sources, and historical views.
Modern approaches include using data science, advanced analytics, AI Real time processing of data in flight Transactions + new sources (IoT…), and predictive view. However, this creates data integration challenges that can break traditional tools, Petrie explained.
A new and modern way to manage big data, Petrie suggested enterprises use Attunity Enterprise Manager.
The platform includes Attunity Replicate, which is automated, universal , and real-time data integration; Attunity Compose, which is ready for immediate use with continuous updates; and Attunity Visibility, which gives insight on data usage, capacity needs, and performance.
The Attunity portfolio can deliver more data to the business, enable agile analytics, and reduce labor and cost.
Since traditional architecture has limitations, Bulkowski said a hybrid memory database would be more efficient.
Aerospike 4.0 offers consistency with a hybrid memory, Bulkowski explained. The solution offers a fast system of record, enterprise system of engagement, engaging customer experiences, in-flight analytics, and risk and fraud transformative digital services.
An archived on-demand replay of this webinar is available here.