A data lake can be a highly valuable resource, as long as it is well built and well managed. Unfortunately, that can be a complex and time-consuming effort, requiring specialized knowledge and diverting resources from your primary business. In this episode Yoni Iny, CTO of Upsolver, discusses the various components that are necessary for a successful data lake project, how the Upsolver platform is architected, and how modern data lakes can benefit your organization.
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- Your host is Tobias Macey and today I’m interviewing Yoni Iny about Upsolver, a data lake platform that lets developers integrate and analyze streaming data with ease
- How did you get involved in the area of data management?
- Can you start by describing what Upsolver is and how it got started?
- What are your goals for the platform?
- There are a lot of opinions on both sides of the data lake argument. When is it the right choice for a data platform?
- What are the shortcomings of a data lake architecture?
- How is Upsolver architected?
- How has that architecture changed over time?
- How do you manage schema validation for incoming data?
- What would you do differently if you were to start over today?
- What are the biggest challenges at each of the major stages of the data lake?
- What is the workflow for a user of Upsolver and how does it compare to a self-managed data lake?
- When is Upsolver the wrong choice for an organization considering implementation of a data platform?
- Is there a particular scale or level of data maturity for an organization at which they would be better served by moving management of their data lake in house?
- What features or improvements do you have planned for the future of Upsolver?
- From your perspective, what is the biggest gap in the tooling or technology for data management today?
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