Organisations continue to encounter issues managing inconsistent data and unifying the tools and approaches needed to take control of today’s data beast.
"In a perfect world with perfect systems and never-changing architectures, there would be no need for tools and technologies like master data management and data virtualisation. Instead, in the world we live in, organisations look to solutions that will help manage an overwhelming influx of data,” said Mark Palmer, senior vice president, engineering, TIBCO.
What is the TIBCO Any Data Hub
The TIBCO Any Data Hub is an all-encompassing data management blueprint that embraces distributed data environments. The framework offers necessary capabilities to support the demand for accurate and consistent data across the organization with trust and control, aligning IT and the business.
TIBCO Any Data Hub reduces these complexities and offers a simplified data strategy for distributed data environments. It helps organisations build modern data architectures such as a data fabric, logical data warehouse, or data-as-a-service.
TIBCO Any Data Hub strips away duplicated efforts across data, teams, and technologies and, given its flexibility, provides the accurate and relevant data needed to understand and govern the business.
Palmer explained that: “We’ve seen a massive expansion in data and an evolution of the systems and architectures that generate and control this data. The TIBCO Any Data Hub blueprint simplifies the entire process for customers by unifying the tools and approaches needed to create a complete and cohesive data picture, making a meaningful business impact.”
Secret sauce: TIBCO Data Virtualization 8.3
A central part of the TIBCO Any Data Hub strategy is the TIBCO Data Virtualization 8.3, which offers a series of enhancements that enable customers to break down data silos and present a unified view of data.
TIBCO Data Virtualization 8.3 supports a significantly expanded set of data adapters. With TIBCO Data Virtualization, customers can now connect to over 300+ data sources including support for streaming sources such as Apache Kafka, OSIsoft, and OPC Unified Architecture. It is also now available on the Microsoft Azure Marketplace, along with the current AWS Marketplace offering, and has a Dockerfile option.