Already after just a few years of excitement and enthusiasm for data lakes, it is quite clear that there are a few areas where many organizations are struggling to make progress. One of the recent exasperations I noted was the tendency of vendors in this space (whatever this ‘space’ is) to reinvent what they know and loved, and what clients hated and wanted to ignore, related to building of a classic data warehouse. See my blog: When is a Data Lake an Enterprise Data Lake?
Bypassing the hype and the obvious relationship to the proverbial silver bullet, here are three areas where it seems like potentially new next-practices are emerging. I am not sure these are baked, or fully thought through, but we would love to get your feedback. In no particular order of priority….
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