Data architecture

What is data architecture?

A data architecture defines an organization’s logical and physical data assets. It describes a detailed description of all required information from single production sites to company management level. For each dataset the architecture specifies the purpose of data, its acquisition, means of processing and storage. The result is a data life cycle description covering why data is needed, where and when it is sourced, what is done with it, what is affected by it and why it is no longer needed up to how it is deleted.

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The leading Manufacturing Data Platform Connectware is suitable for the first steps of digitization up to the Smart Factory transformation. In addition to universal shopfloor connectivity, Connectware creates a scalable data infrastructure for digital projects without limits. One single platform for all IIoT projects, independent of applications and vendors.

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