Top Strategic Technology Trends for 2022: Data Fabric

How are you weaving a data fabric into your data strategy? If you aren’t yet, it’s time to start thinking about it. Especially, if you’re interested in democratizing data at your organization.

“By 2024, data fabric deployments will quadruple efficiency in data utilization while cutting human-driven data management tasks in half.”*

Get your complimentary copy of this report to hear why Gartner believes data fabric will be a top strategic technology trend in 2022 and how data catalogs work within the data fabric architecture.

Learn how a data fabric can:

  • Reduce the need for repetitive tasks in data discovery, analysis, and implementation while allowing you to incorporate augmented data management solutions
  • Promote data use and reuse across the enterprise to power back- and front-office analytics work
  • Help organizations more quickly realize value from second- and third-party data

*Gartner “Top Strategic Technology Trends for 2022: Data Fabric,” Mark Beyer, Ehtisham Zaidi, Guideo De Simoni, October 18, 2021.

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