Moving from centralized data platform to a federated data mesh

 Moving from centralized data platform to a federated data mesh
In this webinar, we will cover the pros and cons of building a centralized data lake vs federated data mesh. Traditionally data warehouses are built on the premise of centralized data. This requires team, process and tool alignment which adds significant complexity and layers of process. Oftentimes the internal conflicts lead to subpar data management and quickly fragments to siloed data processing and insights. We will provide our unbiased view on building federated data mesh and the benefits of building an operational metrics layer.
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tdwi.org

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Amazon Web Services

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