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Why You Should Embrace Data Fabric as Your Modern Data Architecture

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Change is inevitable in today’s modern digital economy. Organizations that treat their data as a strategic asset are best prepared to manage that change and outpace their competition through transformative, data-centric processes. That’s why leading organizations, such as Bayer and Panera Bread, are turning to data fabrics to ensure access to all their distributed data sources and fully realize the value of their data. 

With a modern data fabric architecture, organizations can:

Want to overcome complex data challenges and ensure all your critical data is employed for faster, smarter decision making? Read on for an explanation of the benefits of implementing a data fabric architecture.

But first, what exactly is a data fabric?

A data fabric is a modern, distributed data architecture that helps organizations overcome today’s data challenges in a unified way through shared data assets and optimized pipelines. With data management and integration capabilities, a data fabric intelligently simplifies, automates, and accelerates your data pipelines for optimal performance. This can lead to more efficient processes and cost savings on computational resources. 

As a result, data fabrics are one of the fastest-growing trends in data and analytics and among the hottest analyst and vendor terms in data management today. 

The best part about a data fabric approach is that it supports:     

Why you should embrace a data fabric architecture

It’s time to take action and modernize your data architecture to unlock the potential of your data. There are many benefits for businesses that successfully implement a data fabric. 

Data fabrics are designed to help address your greatest business problems, including:

Expert advice for getting started 

With so many opportunities available to those who embrace a data fabric, the answer seems obvious. But taking the next step toward successful implementation requires more research and advice from industry experts. A recent ebook from O’Reilly, “Data Fabric as Modern Data Architecture,” is an excellent resource for any organization considering a data fabric architecture.  

In this guide, you will get the answers to three key questions about data fabrics:

Download the ebook now to learn more about why you should invest in a data fabric and to get essential advice on those first critical steps for building and leveraging your data fabric. 

Ready to get started on your data fabric journey? See why TIBCO is uniquely positioned to help your business and IT teams successfully build your data fabric.

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