December 9, 2010 — Data virtualization has proven to be beneficial to data integration, but it does have its limits, says new research from TDWI. The report “Ten Mistakes to Avoid When Using Data Federation Technology” is co-authored by Claudia Imhoff, president of Intelligent Solutions, and Colin White, president of BI Research.

Data federation can combine data without having to move the data from the original sources, accelerating the data integration process. “Data virtualization or federation has achieved a significant role in enterprise data management strategies because it allows data integration teams to quickly create virtually integrated data sets for many purposes – BI, CRM, MDM, etc.,” Imhoff explained in a release.   

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