Improvements in handling the management of big data volume, velocity and variety — the 3Vs — are giving enterprise architects more time to analyze and use information to create business value.
At Progress Exchange 2013 in Boston, Jesse Davis, senior director, Progress Software Corp.’s DataDirect research and development, shared his insights into big data trends.
“We’ve moved from the volume, velocity, variety problem. We’ve kind of solved those things,” Davis said. “We are moving more towards inquiry and insight and innovation, where you can actually get interesting bits of information out of your data sets through data scientists.”