Real-World Best Practices for Building Modern Cloud Data Lakes. Fundamental principles like simplicity, scalability and data accessibility, coupled with best practices such as leveraging open source technologies, will ensure success and magnify the value of a cloud data lake in your organization.
This past July Dremio sponsored Subsurface, the industry’s first cloud data lake conference. The event explored the future of cloud data lakes and included discussions with open source and technology leaders at companies such as Netflix, Expedia, Preset, Exelon, Microsoft and AWS about their real-world experiences spearheading open source projects and building modern data lakes.
During the event, speakers shared details about their journey of building modern cloud data lakes. They talked about their challenges, what worked and what didn’t and, most importantly, how they succeeded. The following are the key takeaways.
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