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July 14, 2017
By Ben Douglass
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For organizations considering investing in Business Intelligence (BI), it often makes sense to consider the Cloud as a means of deployment for some or even all of its components. But what are the drivers for deploying BI in the Cloud? And in what cases should BI remain on-premises?
To accompany the launch of ZAP 7.4, the hybrid BI release, we’ve created a guide to help you choose a deployment method that meets your business needs, whether it’s your first BI implementation, or you’re replacing an existing investment.
Technology should never be for technology’s sake. There must always be a real need and business benefit driving any investment decision. It is with this in mind that we suggest the following seven critical business (not just technology) considerations when planning a BI deployment.
You can get more details on all of the above points by downloading the free Hybrid BI Strategy Guide.
ZAP’s architectural flexibility means any element of the solution (web application, data warehouse, multi-dimensional semantic layer) can be deployed in any combination, on-premises, on a public cloud platform using either services or virtualized environments, or on a private cloud.
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