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Research Roundup: The Data and Analytics Infrastructure Model

by Adam Ronthal  |  May 9, 2018  |  Submit a Comment

This week we published a toolkit based on the Data and Analytics Infrastructure Model (formerly, the Data Management Infrastructure Model).

The toolkit builds on prior research Dating back to fall 2017 in which we:

Now we turn to practical applications with the Toolkit. (See “Toolkit: Map Your Data Management Landscape With the Data and Analytics Infrastructure Model“)

Along the way, we’ve built lots of interesting overlays that bring the model to life including:

  • DMSA
  • Business Intelligence
  • Governance
  • Data Integration
  • Data Science
  • Data and Analytics Roles and Skills
  • Operational DBMS

You can see someĀ  examples below:


I’m looking forward to continued collaboration with my Gartner colleagues as we progress and develop this model!

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Adam Ronthal
Senior Director Analyst
4 years at Gartner
22 years IT Industry

Adam Ronthal is a Senior Director Analyst on Gartner's Data Management team with a primary focus on database management systems, technologies and strategies. Mr. Ronthal's areas of specialization include both operational- and data-warehousing-focused use cases, cloud, appliances, and traditional implementations. Mr. Ronthal joined Gartner in January 2015 and is based in Toronto, Canada. Read Full Bio

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