Over the last few years there has been a development of increased shelling out for BI, which trend isn’t heading away. The analyst predictions have, understandably, been predicated on the mentality that the choice was between a normal EDW/DW Hadoop or model. With the new ‘Business Data Lake’ kind of hybrid approach its pretty clear that the shift is underway for any vendors to truly have a hybrid approach rather than a simple choice between Hadoop or a Data Warehouse. Quite simply a year ago there is no real prediction at cross architectures.
Now however we see SAP talking about hybrid, IBM about Hadoop and DB2 and Teradata doing the same. This means we need to think about what that means. What this means is that we’ll visit a switch between Traditional methods and hybrid Data Lake centric architectures that will start now and accelerate rapidly.
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My prediction therefore is that these Hybrid Data Lake architectures will rapidly become the ‘new normal’ in business computing. There will still be more people taking traditional strategies this season and next, but the choice for people looking at this is whether they need to get on the old bus or the new bus. This for me personally is analogous to what we saw around proprietary EAI against Java based EAI across the turn of the hundred years. People who chose the old college found themselves in an exceedingly bad place once the switch had happened.
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