Qubole, the big data-as-a-service company, today announced the results of its report – a survey of IT and data professionals on the progress of their big data initiatives.
The survey revealed a clear reality gap: while data teams have high confidence they can enable self-service insights to meet growing demands across the enterprise, few have delivered on that promise.
According to the survey, 76% of respondents said their company currently has a big data initiative, and another 20% said they plan to soon. In addition, 93% of respondents said business demand for big data analysis is growing.
Over two-thirds of IT teams recognise that to get to ubiquitous access to data and analytics, they need to enable a self-service DataOps approach. And most respondents – 87% – felt confident to extremely confident that they could deliver self-service analytics.
Yet, respondents characterised their big data processes as still in the earliest stages of maturity: only 8% of respondents consider their big data initiatives to be fully mature.
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