Self Service Analytics enabled by Data Virtualization from Denodo

Data Virtualization
Self-service Analytics BI is often quoted by many - ie, allow users to discover and access data without having to ask IT to create a data mart, or by allowing users to directly export/copy the data from the data sources themselves into their analytics tools and systems. The challenge is not just to provide access to the data – even from Excel this can be done - but to do this in real time without creating processing overhead, while getting trusted data, with the best response time possible, in a managed, governed and secure way in order for these users to trust the output of the analysis.

Data Virtualization provides a data access platform that allows users to access the data they need from multiple data sources, when they need it, and with the best possible response time. In addition, a Data Marketplace built on top of this proven technology enables Self Service Analytics by exposing consistent and governed data sets to be discovered by users, providing the trusted foundation for a successful Self-Service Analytics initiative.
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Microsoft Azure was launched in 2010 as a cloud-computing service enabling businesses and developers to build, deploy, and manage applications across a global network of Microsoft-managed data centers. While Amazon AWS’s significant head start in the market has translated into a substantial advantage in market share, Azure’s growth now outpaces both AWS and Google. In their Q4 FY 2018 earnings statement, Microsoft reported that revenue generated from Azure had grown by 89% compared to Q1 FY 2017. This growth is similar to that which they reported the previous year and nearly double that of AWS for the same time period.

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