Many organizations have adopted data lakes as a preferred way to store and access data from all its various sources. But a growing number of organizations have also found that strategy to be more difficult than first thought. The result is that data lakes for many firms more closely resemble swamps.

That was one of the messages to come out of the recent Strata & Hadoop World conference in San Jose, Calif.

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