Data Management

Philip Russom (2013) defined Data Management as a broad practice that encompasses a number of disciplines, including data warehousing, data integration, data quality, data governance, content management, event processing, database administration to name a few.

Big Data Management

Having defined Big Data and Data Management separately, Philip Russom (2013) combined the two to define Big Data Management (BDM) that it was about these concepts and on how they work together to achieve business and technology goals. He highlighted that preparing Big Data for use in different departments and applications required a combination of Data Management tools, techniques and teams. He also emphasised that the collaboration of multiple Database Management and the integration of their tools and platforms were critical success factors for Big Data Management. He further stated the benefits that included accurate business insights, greater business value from Big Data, and business optimization.

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