LakeFS, Boundary-layer, SQLPad; ThDPTh #6

Version Data Lakes, Declarative DAGs and shared SQL stuff with SQLPad.

Data will power every piece of our existence in the near future. I collect “Data Points” to help understand this future.

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The three data points for today are next-gen data lakes with lakeFS, declarative DAGs with boundary-layer, and fast data engineer onboarding with SQLPad.

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Sven Balnojan

Ph.D., Product Manager, DevOps & Data enthusiast, and author of “Three Data Point Thursday” & http://datacisions.com

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