Cinchy: From Data Fabric to “Dataware”

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From Data Fabric to “Dataware”: Now is The Time for an Architectural Shift 

A paradigm shift in enterprise data management is needed for organizations to truly gain control and ownership of their data – so they can effectively operationalize, gain intelligence from, and govern it.

The root challenge is that enterprise data is held hostage by applications. Custom, SaaS, and vendor applications have been used as a primary data store that locks in data and creates data silos.

The solution has been to try and bring data together through point-to-point integration. But that is time-consuming, costly, and creates copies of data and more data silos that exponentially add complexity, risks, and costs to data management and governance efforts.

In this report from 451 Research learn how Cinchy is intervening with a paradigm shift called dataware:

  • Liberate data from applications in a network-based architecture
  • Put a stop to data silos, the need for data integration, and the proliferation of data copies
  • Quickly build new applications without separate databases or integrations
  • Enable controlled self-serve data access and collaboration