In today’s world, we have access to more data than we know what to do with. But to get the most value from it, analytics is no longer enough – we need synthesis to bring it all together. In 2020, technology and processes will shift toward holistic, end-to-end data solutions that will revolutionize the data ecosystem and drive real change. These 10 trends will help make it possible.
Becoming a real-time enterprise is no longer optional.
If we’re going to make the best possible business decisions, we need our data delivered to the right place at the right time. 5G and IPV6, Kubernetes, streaming architecture, and more can help us respond in an instant – and stay ahead of the game.
Graph analytics and associative technology will surpass SQL.
To address bigger business problems, you need to break away from queries based on rows and columns. Technology that lets you analyze the natural associations within your data will get you better results.
DataOps improves the quality and reduces the cycle time of data management on the operational side. And self-service minimizes users’ reliance on IT. Together, they’re helping data flow more efficiently across the entire value chain.
Active metadata catalogs will be the connective tissue.
Demand for data catalogs is skyrocketing as enterprises face massive amounts of data distributed across multiple sources. Machine learning–augmented catalogs are keeping data adaptive and changing – even across hybrid and multi-cloud systems.
The adoption rate for BI tools is currently at 35 percent. To get workforces over this “BI plateau,” enterprises must develop their data literacy programs – and they’re partnering with vendors to get people more comfortable working with their data.
Imagine if analytics systems could use algorithms to fingerprint our data, find anomalies and insights, and suggest new data for us? If we could “Shazam” our data, imagine how much more efficient and faster both data analysis and integration would be?
Getting stuck in one data ecosystem will almost always be more costly in the long run, as big application stacks get more control over customers' data to monetize it. Independent, end-to-end business intelligence vendors and hybrid/multi-cloud platforms are now a necessity.
Listen in as Qlik® reveals the top data and BI trends, including why 2020 will see technology and processes shift toward holistic, end-to-end data solutions that will revolutionize the data ecosystem and drive real change.