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Redefining the Role of IT in a Modern BI World
 

As self-service analytics becomes the norm, the role of IT is evolving from a producer to a strategic partner. IT professionals are helping their organizations transition from a traditional top-down approach to analytics driven by IT to a self-service approach enabled by IT and led by the business.

This change requires a new framework and overall strategy. Organizations must revisit past decisions supporting the core foundational components of a BI program—people, process, and platform—and make adjustments, as outlined in this paper.

 
 
 
 
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Turning Cloud Metrics into Results with InfluxData
 

Comcast is shaping the future at the intersection of media and technology. It is a leader in the worlds of media, entertainment and technology and its story has unfolded due to an entrepreneurial spirit that is the foundation of everything it does.

Comcast wanted to develop a monitoring strategy for its Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes architecture and provide metrics around those stacks. Their internal teams today demand metrics-driven visibility into various aspects of platform performance. Comcast is using InfluxDB, Kapacitor and Telegraf to capture and report on real-time metrics and to generate impactful, tangible business results. Comcast applied their multi-tenant cloud metrics gathered with InfluxData to identify huge opportunities, partner with the business, and drive outcomes that include reliable cloud performance and the return of real dollars to the business, not to mention happy customers.

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7 Reasons Not to Put an External Cache in Front of Your Database
 

Modern applications rely on memory architectures that are both extremely fast and globally distributed. The ideal architecture finds a balance between memory (RAM) and storage (SSD) to deliver high performance along with reliability and consistency.

If you are using an external cache or inmemory database for high-speed operational performance, you should take a closer look at the Scylla NoSQL database.

 
 
 
 
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Database Architects and Administrators Guide to NoSQL
 
Cloud application requirements have pushed beyond the limitations of relational database management systems.

And NoSQL has come to the rescue.

But how do you know NoSQL isn’t another fly-by-night technology? What makes it different? How do you know what to use it for … and what not to use it for?

 
 
 
 
 
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