What Is A Data Warehouse?

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Data Warehouse Defined

A data warehouse is what makes data analytics possible for business users. Data warehouses are large, server based repositories of data. Data warehouses store data from different sources so that product managers, data scientists, and marketers can access that information through SaaS tools. Overall, data warehouses help companies make better, more accurate decisions and eliminates human error by compiling data from different sources. Without a data warehouse, it’s impossible to have the actionable insight you need to examine your customer journey

Examples of data warehouses included Google BigQuery, Amazon Redshift, Snowplow, and Snowflake. Over the past few years, data warehouses have transitioned into being cloud-based, making it easier to store and access more data. 

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