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Lost in Data Translation? Forrester's Data Taxonomy to the Rescue

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When it comes to data technology, are you lost in translation? What's the difference between data federation, virtualization, and data or information-as-a-service? Are columnar databases also relational? Does one use the same or different tools for BAM (business activity monitoring) and for CEP (complex event processing)? These questions are just the tip of the iceberg of a plethora of terms and definitions in the rich and complex world of enterprise data and information. Enterprise application developers, data, and information architects manage multiple challenges on a daily basis already, and the last thing they need to deal with are misunderstandings of the various data technology component definitions.

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Comments (5)
WHY POST AN ADVERTORIAL. AL LEAST TELL US IT COSTS $499 TO ACCESS.
Posted by George D | Thursday, August 14 2014 at 10:10AM ET
How close is this in terms of content to the The DAMA Dictionary of Data Management (2nd Edition) that has over 2000 terms (and is cheaper too)?
Posted by Steve C | Friday, August 15 2014 at 5:14AM ET
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