The promised value of the IoT is large, but so are the data management challenges faced by those trying to derive value from their IoT data. Because machine and sensor data tends to be noisy, analog, and high-velocity, there are major challenges that traditional data management and analytics tools and techniques do not handle well. This is especially true if you want to integrate streaming sensor data and historical structured data in real time.
Legacy data management and analytics offerings, which were built for a pre-IoT world, are not equipped to handle this deluge of structured and semi-structured data from machine logs, sensors and other devices. But fortunately, emerging data management and analytics solutions can address these challenges much more quickly and in a significantly more cost-effective manner than previously possible. These solutions are purpose-built to address IoT data challenges, saving users time and money, rapidly integrating data from IoT sensor and machine sources, and deriving new value from data through advanced analytics.
Learn more about how solutions that are purpose-built to handle IoT data, such as HPE Vertica, have a significant performance advantage over legacy data management solutions—allowing for end users to derive new levels for value from their IoT data.
JOIN HARBOR RESEARCH AT IoT WORLD:
- May 17th, 7:45am PST: Harbor’s Director Alex Glaser will be a panelist for Wednesday morning’s analyst roundtable (sign up)
- May 17th, 11:40am PST: Join Harbor’s President and CEO Glen Allmendinger as he and HPE’s Jeff Healey further discuss how companies today are addressing their IoT data challenges and gaining new levels of value from their data by implementing advanced data management & analytics tools (sign up)
- May 17th, 7pm-9pm PST: Harbor will also be featured during and HPE-sponsored cocktail reception Wednesday night (sign up)