When it comes to big data and cloud computing, it looks like more and more pipelines will funnel into so-called data lakes. Generally speaking, a data lake is a storage repository that holds lots of data in its native format until it's needed. But what problems do they solve -- and what new challenges might they introduce for data scientists and business analysts?
First, the good news. Data lakes hope to solve two problems -- one old and one new, according to Gartner:
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