Gartner, Inc. has identified the top technology trends that will play key
roles in modernizing information management (IM) in 2013 and beyond, making
the role of information governance increasingly important.
According to the PR announcement accompanying the report, there are 9 technologies in this list:
- Big Data
- Modern Information Infrastructure
- Semantic Technologies
- The Logical Data Warehouse
- NoSQL DBMSs
- In-Memory Computing
- Chief Data Officer and Other Information-Centric Roles
- Information Stewardship Applications
- Information Valuation/Infonomics
Notable technologies missing:
- Data-oriented appliances
Note: the last two could be part of the larger category “Modern Information Infrastructure”, but without access to the report I cannot tell if they are part of it or not.
Note: Gartner touts the “Logical Data Warehouse” concept for a while and it superseeds analytic databases and data virtualization
Note: I could see though this being included in the “Information Stewardship Applications” category
Note: most probably this is part of the “Information Valuation/Infonomics” category.
I ended up wondering if there’s any data related technology left out from this list.
Original title and link: Top Technology Trends Impacting Information Infrastructure in 2013 According to Gartner ( ©myNoSQL)