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6 Trends Driving Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence

Philip Russom here and Curt Monash here:

most drivers of change in BI and DW concern four Mega-Trends:

  • size
  • speed
  • interoperability
  • economics
  • new kinds of data
  • increased analytic sophistication

I guess what’s new is the impact of the new kinds of data — I’d probably include here social data, sensor data, the continuously increasing size and new analytic approaches.

Original title and link: 6 Trends Driving Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)