Adoption of cloud and edge computing infrastructure has brought many benefits to organizations of all sizes. It has improved business agility by reducing the need for upfront purchasing, configuration and deployment of infrastructure, and reduced the complexity and cost of data movement by taking data processing closer to where the data is generated. However, this has also increased risks associated with fragmentated data silos, exacerbating data integration, management, and governance challenges and adding a greater degree of unpredictability related to evaluating data infrastructure cost and performance.
The Distributed Cloud Requires a Distributed Data Platform
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Matt Aslett leads the expertise in Digital Technology covering applications and technology that improve the readiness and resilience of business and IT operations. His focus areas of expertise and market coverage include: analytics and data, artificial intelligence and machine learning, blockchain, cloud computing, collaborative and conversational computing, extended reality, Internet of Things mobile computing and robotic automation.