How Next-Generation Database Infrastructure Makes Data Mashups Easier

By using next-gen database infrastructure, any organization can handle terabytes of data in an efficient and cost-effective way.
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Created: 11/9/2020
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Most growth-minded businesses have large volumes of data on their hands that come from an ever-increasing number of different data sources. This paves the way to understand and visualize data better. As a result, data and business intelligence teams can monitor just about every area of the business.

From a technology infrastructure standpoint, older databases like MySQL and Hadoop aren’t particularly mashup friendly. This is mainly because the way they store data can potentially lead to table scan bottlenecks. For this reason, data teams need to use next-gen database infrastructure that allows for easier data mashups. 

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