Planning for a Scalable Enterprise Data Lake

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In this webinar we will discuss a more modern view of the data lake and consider best practices for planning and implementing a scalable enterprise data lake. The flaws in early data lakes were often rooted in the expectations of data consumers who put a premium on self-service data analytics. However, with no data governance mechanisms, data lakes quickly became more of a glorified “dumping ground,” “data swamp,” or “beta lake” for organizational data.In recent years, though, some innovations have allowed the data lake to evolve into an agile yet managed environment for accumulating shared data resources that can be optimally used for competitive advantage. Data lakes have evolved beyond the original on-premises concept based solely on Hadoop and now include pretty much any distributed computing platform (Hadoop, Spark, EMR, serverless, etc.) and any storage mechanism (HDFS, S3, ADLS), either on-premises or in the cloud.
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The need to monetize data has become a strategic imperative for businesses undergoing digital transformation, whether it’s using data to improve customer engagement, identify compelling opportunities or deliver actionable insight. However, as businesses look to expand revenue-generating, customer-facing applications beyond operational processing to include analytics, they find themselves outgrowing the their transactional database. They need full operational and full analytic capabilities.
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Relational databases are old technology, right? Thirty years is a long time for a technology foundation to be as active as relational databases, but, like NFL coaches, we must “tolerate them until we can replace them.” Are their replacements here? In this webinar, we say no. Databases have not sat around while Hadoop emerged. The Hadoop era generated a ton of interest and confusion, but is it still relevant as organizations are deploying cloud storage options like a kid in a candy store? We’ll discuss Hadoop’s continued potential relevance and the cloud storage option that seems vital. Use what when? This is a critical decision that can dictate two to five times additional work effort if it’s a bad fit.
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The Informatica Global Customer Support Team is excited to announce an all-new technical webinar and demo series – Meet the Experts, in partnership with our technical product experts and Product management. These technical sessions are designed to encourage interaction and knowledge gathering around some of our latest innovations and capabilities across Data Integration, Data Quality, Big Data and so on. In these sessions, we will strive to provide you with as many technical details as possible, including new features and functionalities, and where relevant, show you a demo or product walk-through as well.
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