Data Architecture
Why Tools are Not Enough
Dan Hooper, Principal, ISI
What’s Wrong.
What’s Offered.
What’s Needed.
Demo.
Q&A.
Agenda
Data’s purpose?
profit
What’s Wrong?
Leading issues with data:
1. Integrity.
2. Security.
3. Disparate.
4. IT.
5. Intelligence.
6. Latency.
7. Growth (complexi...
State of the Market…
1. 36% have what they need (format, time, access).
2. 66% have shrinking decision window.
3. Average ...
What’s Offered
What’s Needed
BI 1.0 BI 2.0
Software Driven Architecture Driven
Views/Virtualization Integration + Business Logic
What Too...
What’s Needed
BI Consumption
CapacityforAnalysis
Applications
BI 1.0
Architected
BI 2.0
Subscribers
Now that I think about it…
 BI consumers more self-sufficient?
 Ad hoc requests dropped?
 Multiple versions of the trut...
Data Strategy
What’s Needed
Data Governance
Primary Owners – LOB
Data Architecture
Primary Owners – IT
Data Architecture
1. LOB Requirements (from Governance Model).
2. Enterprise Data Model.
a. Data Sources.
b. Security.
c. ...
What’s Needed
Consider the ODS – Operational Data Store
 Realization of Enterprise Data Model.
 True source of Operational BI (C-Level...
Demo
What’s Needed
Dan Hooper Lori Adams
Principal, Sales & Marketing VP, Sales
Integrated Services, Inc. Integrated Services, Inc.
dhooper@i...
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Data Architecture Why Tools Are Not Enough

  1. 1. Data Architecture Why Tools are Not Enough Dan Hooper, Principal, ISI
  2. 2. What’s Wrong. What’s Offered. What’s Needed. Demo. Q&A. Agenda
  3. 3. Data’s purpose? profit What’s Wrong?
  4. 4. Leading issues with data: 1. Integrity. 2. Security. 3. Disparate. 4. IT. 5. Intelligence. 6. Latency. 7. Growth (complexity, volume). What’s Wrong?
  5. 5. State of the Market… 1. 36% have what they need (format, time, access). 2. 66% have shrinking decision window. 3. Average time to market (new data, dashboards, ad hoc):  Leaders 4-5 days  Followers 19 – 55 days 4. Single, centralized BI platform:  Leaders 80%  Followers 41% 5. Self-Service capabilities (create, configure, collaborate):  Leaders 63%  Followers 28% 6. Actionable BI, outcome manageable:  Leaders 74%  Followers 39% Aberdeen Group, June 2013
  6. 6. What’s Offered
  7. 7. What’s Needed BI 1.0 BI 2.0 Software Driven Architecture Driven Views/Virtualization Integration + Business Logic What Tool ? What Decisions ? Proprietary/Specialists Common Standards Managed Development Managed Content Static Data Model, Views Dynamic Data Model Redundant Automated Governance? Governed
  8. 8. What’s Needed BI Consumption CapacityforAnalysis Applications BI 1.0 Architected BI 2.0 Subscribers
  9. 9. Now that I think about it…  BI consumers more self-sufficient?  Ad hoc requests dropped?  Multiple versions of the truth?  Ready for growth in data complexity, volume and demand?  Reliance on manual Excel processes or tribal knowledge?  Costs and complexity? What’s Needed
  10. 10. Data Strategy What’s Needed Data Governance Primary Owners – LOB Data Architecture Primary Owners – IT
  11. 11. Data Architecture 1. LOB Requirements (from Governance Model). 2. Enterprise Data Model. a. Data Sources. b. Security. c. Terminology. d. Key Measures & Standards. e. Growth & change. f. Business Logic. g. System Controls & Interfaces. 3. Development Plan. What’s Needed
  12. 12. What’s Needed
  13. 13. Consider the ODS – Operational Data Store  Realization of Enterprise Data Model.  True source of Operational BI (C-Level focus).  Time & cost to market.  BI is Content Managed, not Development Managed.  Security and Data Integrity.  Change Control and Integration Hub.  What a Tool needs, what larger audience wants. What’s Needed
  14. 14. Demo What’s Needed
  15. 15. Dan Hooper Lori Adams Principal, Sales & Marketing VP, Sales Integrated Services, Inc. Integrated Services, Inc. dhooper@isi85.com ladams@isi85.com 1. DFW Business Intelligence User Community. 2. DFW SharePoint User Community. 3. ISI Data Strategy Session (off the clock). Next Steps & Resources
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