Online, 1-2 December 2022, 2 full days
In this two-day online seminar from Technology Transfer, Dr. Barry Devlin explains recently emerged architrectural patterns, data fabric and data mesh, as well as data lakehouse, and offers guidance on their usefulness and potential implementation.
Is it time for something new? Three new frameworks have recently emerged: Data Fabric, Data Lakehouse, and Data Mesh. But what are they? Are they truly novel or simply marketing hype? Are they the same thing? How do they relate to the Data Warehouse, Lake, or Hub? What are their benefits and drawbacks? Should you be planning a Mesh, a Fabric, or a Lakehouse? If so, where would you start?
All these new and old terms, with overlapping scopes and different promoters, are types of Digital Information Systems, designed to manage and deliver data/information to all digital business processes in today’s complex distributed and network-centric environments.
Dr. Barry Devlin explains and positions Data Lakehouse, Fabric, and Mesh, as well as other concepts, old and new, using as a foundation the Digital Information Systems Architecture (DISA) first defined in “Business Unintelligence”. Existing and emerging technologies for Data Storage, Preparation, and Virtualization; Data Catalogs; and other tools, both on-premises and Cloud, are described. Also explored are a variety of organisational issues, methodologies, and implementation approaches.