Data fabric and its tech details

data fabric

Welcome to the final post in the data fabric series. So far we introduced data fabric and talked about the business benefits it brings. Now it is time to look at technical questions that may come to mind as you explore the concept of the data fabric. Integration With Existing Data Systems Unless you are […]

Promoting data democratization and governance with data fabric

data fabric

Lately, our colleague Valentina Dugan created a great post explaining How to tackle data security and concerns. Some key terms she covers there are unauthorized access, compliance, data masking, and data democratization. I couldn’t have imagined a more perfect backdrop for data fabric, the topic I’ve been wanting to write about for the past few […]

How to deal with loudest guy-driven decisions in tech: Part II

Query migration

We started with issues of a wrong tech choice in part I, and now we’ve come to part II where we discuss our approaches to the best solutions. There were two possible solutions to our problems. The first was to keep Ignite and invest efforts to optimize queries and improve cluster configuration options. These include […]

How to deal with loudest guy-driven decisions in tech: Part I

loudest guy-driven decisions in tech

Technology and the tech era have brought many advantages, both to individuals and companies. But there is no one influenced more by technology and its trends than developers and engineers. Overall trends and hypes influence them and cause constant switchovers between technologies. Technology, especially new ones, can significantly improve an engineer’s life, but in some […]

Data Visualization: Tableau vs. Visualization Libraries

Tableau is one of the most used BI and data visualization tools, hence it attracts a lot of attention – both good and bad. Being such a popular tool, there is little chance that somebody from the data domain did not hear about Tableau. This won’t be another post about how bad it is, but […]