Data analytics is important for business, much more so for large corporations. Though a problem is that a lot of time is spent on preparation of data, with the process usually taking around 80% of an analysts time; thus leaving less time for actual analysis. This is not to mention potential data security risk for companies. Dell EMC’s Analytics Insights Module is an answer to these challenges.
Dell EMC™ announced a turnkey analytics and application developer experience to accelerate digital transformation. The new Dell EMC Analytic Insights Module delivers all of the software, hardware and services necessary to stand up an environment for both big data analytics and cloud native application development in days rather than weeks. The Analytic Insights Module helps organizations derive actionable insights that can be easily integrated into intelligent applications while ensuring security and corporate governance. The Analytic Insights Module enables the rapid searching, gathering and analyzing of data sources within the enterprise or in the cloud.
Analytic Insights Module accelerates the analytics cycle through key innovations, including its unique Data Curator, Data Governor and Data and Analytics Catalog. It also delivers a self-service experience for data analysts to provision their own workspaces for securely focusing on generating high business value insights in hours or days versus weeks or months.
Analytic Insights Module supports a partnership between the business and IT. It brings together business executives, data analysts, application developers and IT teams, providing each with the insights, data sources, tools and control they need. It also enables analytics teams to recoup the time typically spent finding, cleansing, wrangling and preparing data for their analytics, thereby reducing up to 80% the time spent on this task.
In addition, its data-centric security enables the business to define fine-grained data access policies that are applied to all users, all applications and across multiple data stores. The data analytics teams can also stand up independent workspaces on-demand in just minutes without disrupting the enterprise infrastructure. Within their workspace, they can search, evaluate and ingest data within their enterprise and the cloud; data access is governed by policies and teams can publish their work to the Data and Analytics Catalog.