Hear how best to optimize the performance of cloud and mobile data in the latest DataDirect webinar.
When you need information, you need it now. You don’t have time to sit around waiting for your computer to find it, and neither do your customers. You need high-performance data connectivity that provides fast and easy access to your data—including big data and mobile. When it comes to your application’s performance, you need lightning-fast access to your data, whether it’s in the cloud or part of your on-premise infrastructure. You also need the ability to quickly and simply link to business intelligence (BI) tools for instant insights. Because ultimately, with better performing data connectivity, you have a better performing business.
The biggest bottleneck to performance is data connectivity. The speed and ease at which you can act on data is directly related to the speed at which you can access it. When you get faster access to your data lake, your data-driven applications perform better. You’re also able to more quickly analyze the data using your BI and analytics tools. This means you see improvements not only in your IT and application performance, but your overall business performance too.
On Wednesday, February 11th, you’re invited to participate in a webinar “Industry Insight: Optimize Your Data for Better Performance.” You’ll get unique insights about best-in-class database connectivity plus the latest performance trends for 2015 as well as invaluable information based on real-world scenarios, including how to:
You’ll want to register for the webinar today, and join us on February 11th so you and your customers can stay ahead of the data integration curve in 2015—and beyond.
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