Swimming in the Data Lake

During this age of inexpensive storage, terms like “data lake” and “data warehouse” get thrown around as if everyone clearly gets what they must be. The names are intuitive and have certain connotations, but how they are properly used is not always well understood. They aren’t just places to archive your data and they can be scaled and modified in many ways to fit your needs. It is important first to draw a distinction between these two…




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