Right now, nearly half of all DBTA subscribers are focused on streaming data, followed closely by IoT, which is no surprise given the value that enterprises can gain from enabling real-time operational intelligence. At the same time, existing infrastructures at many enterprises are not capable of handling these trends. The technical challenges require new approaches to data management. As a result, more and more enterprises are moving their data and processes closer to the edge to increase their agility, flexibility, and scalability. The adoption of technologies that offer real-time capabilities is also on the rise.
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