A unified data infrastructure is a major business imperative today. Your organization needs to be able to seamlessly share, consume, and derive value from your data. Well-integrated data leads to better business decisions, increases customer satisfaction and competitive advantage, and speeds innovation and growth. But creating a data infrastructure is no easy feat, and what’s more, how do you choose the right tool for your needs?
Most organizations use either data virtualization or data fabric to overcome data challenges. These two data architectures may seem similar at first glance, but the use cases, implementations, and costs can vary widely.
Read this report by Forrester Research to learn:
- The differences between data virtualization and data fabric
- Real-world use case examples
- A handy chart to help you compare the two
To become a data-driven organization, you need a unified data infrastructure, and this report can help you on your way to building one.