Accelerate Data Virtualization in the Cloud with Denodo Cloud Subscriptions

| October 10, 2018

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Public clouds and on-premises data centers can now be strategically connected via a strong hybrid architecture, simplifying data integration. If you are in the process of building a virtual data services layer across all of your disparate data sources in a hybrid or multi-cloud environment, Denodo offers a best-of-breed data virtualization solution to accelerate your journey to a cloud ecosystem.Denodo has been successfully deployed in both on-premises and cloud environments. Denodo always tries to push down processing to the data sources to avoid unnecessary, expensive data movement through the network. In that sense, it should not matter much where the Denodo server is installed. However, when data from two or more data sources must be combined, a certain amount of data must move through the wires. The decision of where to deploy the Denodo Platform will depend on the volume to be moved as well as on each particular use case. That said, it is best to install the Denodo Platform as closely as possible to where most of the data resides. For example, to support complex environments with highly distributed data, a multilayered deployment is best. Connections between Denodo Platform instances enable costly combinations to be delegated to local instances, avoiding unnecessary, expensive data movement.

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