Businesses have got increasingly large amounts of data to deal with and as a result, data is often stored in either a data warehouse or on an external system. However, while this externally held data is not aggregated, cleansed or suitable for absorption in the data warehouse, it is still needed for analytics and reports. This white paper looks at the benefits of using a hybrid data warehouse, the roles each component plays in allowing for the integration of externally held data and data kept in the data warehouse and how to implement successful data warehouse off-loading into your organization.
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