Multi-Modal Data: Data Warehousing Isn’t What It Used to Be – Part One

Data warehousing used to be simple. If you wanted to stockpile and organize your data for analytics purposes, you spun up an extra database instance of whatever database platform your organization standardized on, connected your ETL tool of choice, modeled the data, wrote a few ETL routines, and set up regular refreshes. Today, things have [...]

What Is a Data Warehouse After All?

Sirius senior solutions architect David Birmingham discusses how organizations can utilize adaptive architectures for data warehousing as living operational environments. His feature article below was published in the March 2015 issue of IBM Data Magazine. Enterprises can capitalize on adaptive architectures for data warehousing as living operational environments. Recently, while standing before a sea of [...]