Data Mesh in Action (Manning)
Monday, 27 February 2023

The data mesh is a new way to decentralize data management, and in this book Jacek Majchrzak, Dr. Sven Balnojan and Dr. Marian Siwiak show how to start implementing a data mesh with flexible processes and organizational change, including both an extended case study and multiple real-world examples.

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The book discusses Socio-Technical Architecture and Domain-Driven Design with the goal of building a sleek data-as-a-product system, and has workshop techniques for both in-person and remote meetings.

Author: Jacek Majchrzak, Dr. Sven Balnojan and Dr. Marian Siwiak
Publisher: Manning
Date: February 2023
Pages: 328
ISBN: 978-1633439979
Print: 1633439976
Kindle: B0BRYKFHBL
Audience: data developers
Level: Introductory/Intermediate
Category: Data Science

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Topics covered:

 

  • Implement a data mesh in your organization
  • Turn data into a data product
  • Move from your current data architecture to a data mesh
  • Identify data domains, and decompose an organization into smaller, manageable domains
  • Set up the central governance and local governance levels over data
  • Balance responsibilities between the two levels of governance
  • Establish a platform that allows efficient connection of distributed data products and automated governance

 

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