A collection of data from multiple sources organized for distribution, sharing, and often subsetting and sharing. Generally this data distribution is in the form of a hub and spoke architecture.
A data hub differs from a data warehouse because it is generally unintegrated and often at different grains. It differs from an operational data store because a data hub does not need to be limited to operational data.
List of products that promote themselves as data hubs
- Windows Azure MarketPlace
- Avoiding Mass Extinctions Engine
- PANDA project
Includes integration of project management systems, account management systems..
- "From CMS to DMS: C is for Content, D is for Data". ScraperWiki. 2012-03-09. Retrieved 2012-03-12.
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