Death of the data warehouse

Two panellists at the Buy-Side Technology North American Summit talk about their firms' use of big data lakes in place of data warehouses

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Panellists at the Buy-Side Technology North American Summit 2015

Hunger for data isn't going to slow down any time soon. But as the quantity of data used by firms climbs, so too do the issues surrounding it.

A good data governance strategy isn't exactly a sexy topic, but it's a necessary one to tackle with the increasing demand for data.

Scott Burleigh, executive director for JP Morgan Asset Management, said about a year and a half ago his firm made heavy investments into technology around data governance. Burleigh, who spoke on a panel at this year's Buy

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