How to Fill your Data Lakes and Not Lose Control of the Data
Data lakes are everywhere now that cloud services make it so easy to launch one. Secure, cloud data lakes store all the data you need to become a data-driven enterprise, but filling data lakes is a complex process which must be done properly to avoid costly data preparation and compliance breakdowns. Such large scale data exchange poses significant data availability and data governance challenges.
This paper examines how an enterprise data lakes and federated data governance establishes centralized controls for your enterprise data while enabling decentralized data lakes to flourish.
Author: John Ottman
Executive Chairman, Solix Technologies, Inc.
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