Gartner Research

The Demise of Big Data, Its Lessons and the State of Things to Come

Published: 19 August 2015

ID: G00278139

Analyst(s): Roxane Edjlali , Nick Heudecker , Mark Beyer

Summary

Information and analytics leaders in mid-2015 have advanced beyond treating new data sources and technologies as unfamiliar. They are shifting focus from ad hoc investments to infrastructure-level deployments delivering on strategic business needs and forcing enterprise architectures to evolve.

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  • Impacts

Analysis

Impacts and Recommendations

  • Because analytics using multiple data sources and structures has become the norm, information architects must focus on adapting to new data quickly, and on coherently managing diverse information and analytics
  • The demand for advanced features is forcing new technology vendors to mature faster and traditional technology providers to close functional gaps quickly
  • In order to face constant technology innovation, many organizations have started integrating innovations by taking bimodal approaches to information infrastructure

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