|Volume XX Issue 8 | April 22, 2019|
The amount of data today’s enterprises must track, organize, and store is overwhelming—and it’s just the tip of the iceberg. Data lakes are one tool, enabling businesses more capacity to store this data. In this week’s exclusive editorial, we discuss how organizations stay afloat with data lakes.
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As business data continues to grow exponentially, management strategies are critical. Data lakes store raw data in native format until it is needed. As opposed to a hierarchical setup found in data warehouses, which are organized in files or folders; data lakes are known… more >>
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