The Enterprise Big Data Lake (O'Reilly)
Monday, 29 April 2019

Based on discussions with practitioners and executives from more than a hundred organizations, ranging from data-driven companies such as Google, LinkedIn, and Facebook, to governments and traditional corporate enterprises, this book authored by Alex Gorelik presents a collection of essays. The book covers what a data lake is, why enterprises need one, data lake implementation, examining data lake initiatives, analytic projects, experiences, and best practices informed by data experts working in various industries.

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Author: Alex Gorelik
Publisher: O'Reilly
Date: March 2019
Pages: 224
ISBN: 978-1491931554
Print: 1491931558
Kindle: B07NY44RKR
Audience: Those involved with enterprise-level data
Level: Introductory
Category: Data Science 

 

  • Get a succinct introduction to data warehousing, big data, and data science
  • Learn various paths enterprises take to build a data lake
  • Explore how to build a self-service model and best practices for providing analysts access to the data
  • Use different methods for architecting your data lake
  • Discover ways to implement a data lake from experts in different industries

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