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Data warehousing five-year outlook: Technology trends and tips

Get data warehousing technology tips and market trends to consider for long-term planning, in this expert podcast.

It's a challenge to sort out the rapidly evolving data warehouse market and the ways in which it all might affect long-term data warehousing strategies. From the emergence of new data warehousing appliances to real-time architectures to ever-growing data volumes -- many organizations are wondering which trends to really monitor, and incorporate into their planning. For answers, called on James Kobielus, a senior analyst with Forrester Research who keeps a close watch on the market, vendors and data warehouse implementations.

In this 20-minute podcast, appropriate for both business and IT professionals, Kobielus offers his expert analysis of the five-year outlook for data warehousing. Listeners will:

  • Find out what the data warehousing market looks like now -- and how it will evolve over the next five years
  • Learn which data warehousing trends are really worth paying attention to and how to incorporate those trends into long-term planning
  • Get a sneak peek into the futuristic technology and concepts that data warehousing vendors are currently developing
  • Hear specific advice and tips for your long-term data warehousing roadmap and learn what actions to take now to be positioned well for the short and long term
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This was last published in July 2008

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