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What is Data Architecture?
A definition of Data Architecture
Data Architecture is a set of rules, policies, and standards which govern the way data is collected. Used by data architects, it involves the mapping and visualization of data models in an easy to understand way.
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An Overview of Data Architecture within an Enterprise
Data Architecture involves the mapping and visualization of data models in an easy to understand way. Ultimately, successful data architecture can improve your customer’s experience by enforcing data security, promoting visibility of relevant information, supporting regulatory compliance, and driving your operational efficiency.
The data architect’s vision is getting the critical data to the correct people at the right time. To do this, the data architect must map and visualize data models in an abstract and easily understood format, or blueprint.
Only when this is accomplished can the initiatives to eliminate wasted time and resources be realized. And by doing so, allow your technology investments to support your business vision and fully deliver the most value.
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