Data Fabric as a Service – The modern approach to cloud data integration

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Noel Yuhanna, VP & Principal Analyst, Forrester & Gil Trotino, Director Product Marketing, K2View

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Enterprises have traditionally integrated their data, applications, and business processes via a combination of custom programming, middleware, and/or enterprise application integration (EAI) implementations. iPaaS, or “integration Platform as a Service”, standardizes how applications and data are integrated in an organization, making it easier to automate business processes, and share data across applications. Join this webinar to learn why data fabric has emerged as the leading cloud data integration architecture for the enterprise, and the common challenges it resolves. Agenda: • Data integration use cases and challenges • Data fabric as an emerging data integration architecture • Key capabilities and benefits of a data product approach to data integration • Cloud data integration using the K2View Data Product Platform
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