“Logical data fabric solves complex data management challenges,” says Denodo’s CMO Ravi Shankar
A logical data fabric is a data layer that provides real-time access to all data stakeholders by unifying all corporate data that is segregated across different systems and managing the unified data with centralised security and control
Mumbai: A senior official from Denodo, a market leader in data integration and data virtualization solutions, has said that logical data fabric may aid in resolving the difficulties of managing complex, dispersed, and heterogeneous data landscapes in light of the current trend towards cloud-based data ecosystems.
A logical data fabric is a data layer that provides real-time access to all data stakeholders by unifying all corporate data that is segregated across different systems and managing the unified data with centralised security and control. It is an expansion of data fabric, a phrase initially defined by Gartner, that allows for the smooth integration, administration, and distribution of data across hybrid and multi-cloud systems in order to improve productivity, automate processes, reduce costs, and optimise data security and governance in one single location. The concept of a “data fabric” as an architectural strategy for efficient data management has received widespread popularity.
As a result of this change, a more unified and comprehensive strategy for managing diverse data environments is in high demand. The Denodo Platform’s ability to create a logical data fabric is key to this goal. Denodo encourages a logical-first strategy but is compatible with other data integration methodologies. In other words, keep data where it makes sense rather than relocating or duplicating it. Companies may construct a solid groundwork for providing data consistently and reusing essential data assets by building a logical data fabric as a centralised data-access layer. According to Ravi Shankar, senior vice president and chief marketing officer of Denodo, “the market is embracing the logical data management strategy,” and Denodo is a leading advocate for this approach.
Mr. Shankar recently presented his thoughts on new developments in the data management environment at the Gartner Data & Analytics Summit in India. He saw that international firms with complicated organisational frameworks relied significantly on Indian-based support staff. These companies have a lot on the line when it comes to coordinating data across several regions and legal systems, so they’re on the lookout for fresh ways to use and manage business data.
He described how one of India’s top banks had used Denodo’s technology as part of its move to the cloud. The bank has implemented better data management and faster data transmission to boost efficiency.
Data virtualization technology is crucial to the Denodo Platform since it is the only way to integrate and manage data without physically moving or duplicating it. “The Denodo Platform provides a unified data-access layer, allowing organisations to centrally manage data security and data governance protocols across disparate data sources,” he said.
Acknowledging the immense potential of the Indian market, particularly in financial services, Mr. Shankar said Denodo will continue to help Indian organisations transform their operations and innovate by unifying their data assets and making data available in real-time.
“Denodo offers the best-of-breed enterprise data management and integration platform to help deliver actionable insights to the business, with minimal effort but with robust, end-to-end security. Denodo has already been successfully protecting data in Indian organisations and is committed to continuing to develop strong, innovative capabilities in logical data management,” Mr. Shankar added.