Data Fabrics Extend the Power of Analytics

Enterprise Data Fabrics Extend Power of Analytics


Per Gartner, “Enterprise data fabrics enhance the power of analytics and can make higher volumes of accurate data more readily available for business applications.”

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This Gartner report helps to build awareness and understanding into the capabilities and scope of data fabrics.

knowledge-graphs-iconFind recommendations for developing and prioritizing strategies for data fabric adoption, starting by cataloging existing and planned data pipeline requirements for high-priority business use cases.

connect-data-iconSee how to incorporate data fabrics into future data architectures supporting digital innovation in applicable and high-priority use cases, such as digital twins or AI platform deployment.

semantic-data-iconBy 2024, 40% of oil and gas companies will provision analytics and decision support data through a data fabric, transforming access to enterprise information.



This report has a lean toward the Energy sector but the concepts are applicable near everywhere. 

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Gartner, Enterprise Data Fabrics Extend Power of Analytics, Simon Cushing, Rich McAvey, 28 January 2022

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