Big Data is a big deal in business. Think about it: the ability to harness and analyze the vast amounts of data your organization has invested in over the years makes it possible to transform not only how people view your industry, but also allows you to change the entire world.
Data gives your organization a powerful voice. However, organizing that data in an efficient system isn’t always easy. Getting rich information to the right people at the right time requires rapid implementation. If you’re experiencing roadblocks setting up your BI connectivity to your data, you may be left feeling like your drowning in a pool of unusable information.
Don’t drown in Big Data — embrace it with Progress DataDirect connectivity solutions.
DataDirect connectivity provides real-time SQL access to your Oracle data, in addition to your other rich data sources on any platform, any application or any database. In essence, Oracle is expanding its ecosystem with the right vendors to help address Big Data, and Progress DataDirect is a big part of that ecosystem.
In addition to Big Data, there is a current shift to the cloud, which is changing the way we manage and access both structured and unstructured data, no matter where it might reside. Being able to access and manipulate cloud data sources is a big opportunity for DataDirect Cloud; a connectivity service that provides a fast and consistent way of accessing a broad spectrum of data sources through SQL.
Progress DataDirect will be at Oracle OpenWorld next week to further discuss what Progress has to offer for high-performance data connectivity in Oracle-based data and cloud environments. If you’re in San Francisco September 22-26 stop by booth 3820 and learn more about our Oracle-specific solutions!
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