The amount of data continues to soar, and companies continue to work hard to use this data for analysis and intelligence processing to promote innovation and improve business results. Now, GigaOm analyst Enrico Signoretti says that companies can finally deal with the unique challenges faced by unstructured data operations.
Signoretti said: “Enterprises have finally realized the need for better data management around unstructured data.” “Continuous data growth requires a new way to understand and classify data, especially now that multi-cloud and data are scattered across multiple repositories. in.”
In his report Establish a modern data management strategy, Signoretti detailed a simple and effective data management method, focusing on how the data management software company Datadobi is based on the vision of modern data management.
To truly make the most of today’s data, Signoretti said, IT leaders must find ways to make information easy for business owners, and their next-generation infrastructure must be both efficient and flexible—a small portion of the cloud that costs public costs. He pointed out in the report that this is because although the public cloud currently provides the greatest flexibility, its associated costs are high and unpredictable.
At the same time, data is widely distributed, which brings severe challenges to users who want to control data through a single interface, optimize resources, and avoid islands when possible.
Signoretti said: “Although in theory, data integration is the best method, in practice, we will still encounter multiple physical islands.” “In this regard, having a single domain data view will definitely simplify the system administrator’s Work and will provide other people in the organization with the right tools to deal with the growing business challenges surrounding security, privacy, and regulatory compliance.”
Signoretti wrote in the report that Datadobi has a deep understanding of large-scale enterprise storage infrastructure and its unstructured data requirements. After years of successful data migration, the company is expanding its product portfolio to meet the needs of unstructured data management. He said the goal is simple and compelling: to provide a complete set of tools that can help users deal with today’s and future infrastructure-driven data management challenges.