How Do You Manage On-premise Data Integration? When it comes to data integration, the goal is consolidation of data from different sources into a single location for easy and consistent access for users, regardless of data structure. Oftentimes, businesses working with on-premise data integrations have huge amounts of historical information stored within legacy systems, which can create headaches for those managing data transformation, quality and normalization. What Does “On-premise” Data Integration Mean? It’s a phrase summing up the process of gathering, standardizing and then uploading and storing data from “local systems” – those in physical data stores like legacy applications, files, databases or data warehouses within the “four walls” or “owned data center” of an enterprise. These data repositories are the sole ownership and responsibility of the corporation, rather than those that would be “rented from” a Cloud data store provider like Amazon (Amazon Web Services) or Microsoft (Azure). Like all data, once “collected and tidied up” this information can then be moved to the cloud or other physical data stores on-premise or in the Cloud. Benefits Of On-premise Data There is an important reason on-premise integration is still a very important consideration. Proprietary data. Many companies have invested… continue reading
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