What issues does Data Fabric address?

Times have changed and traditional data architectures are struggling to satisfy the increasing volume and complexity of data demands.

Agility comes from the ability for business users to easily find and use analytical data and analytical assets for the many decisions – strategic and tactical – that must be made every day.

Circle image banner 3 Circle image banner 2 Circle image banner 1

Data is a valuable commodity that can be used to drive important strategic changes. But to truly leverage this invaluable asset, data consumers need trusted, timely access.

icon image 1

In the mission to get the right data to the right people - efficiently, and with a governance framework...

...Data Fabric delivers an integrated toolset...

icon image 3

..this allows people across the enterprise to easily find and use analytical data to support decisions – strategic and tactical – that must be made every day.

This reduces risk to the organization, eliminating data silos and delivering optimal efficiency.

Data Fabric is relevant to organizations that:

Have advanced data requirements that cannot be met by any current data architecture

See constantly expanding and diverse data structures

Have a global reach and are impacted by changing requirements within different regions

Use business applications (home grown or third party) dependant upon siloed sources of data

Work with valuable and/or sensitive data

IDERA Data Fabric

Take your first steps towards a fully autonomous environment

Designed for organizations that are looking to take their first steps towards a fully autonomous environment that optimizes delivery of data from source to destination, the IDERA Data Fabric contains a selection of key technologies that work together to enable all of these things, and more.

Request a Free Whitepaper

Creating a successful Data Fabric for your Enterprise

    What best describes your interest?
    (select all that apply)



    Whitepaper download thumbnail
    Data industry Thought Leader, Visionary, and Practitioner, Claudia Imhoff, Ph.D., has authored this insightful paper that presents her views on creating a successful Data Fabric.