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Data Pipelines and the Promise of Data

The flow of data can be perilous. Any number of problems can develop during the transport of data from one system to another. Data flows can hit bottlenecks resulting in latency; it can become corrupted, or datasets may conflict or have duplication. The more complex the environment and intricate the requirements, the more the potential…
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Data Engineers and the Rise of DataOps

ORIGINAL DATE: December 7, 2017 The Guests Usama Fayyad, Open Insights Chris Berg, DataKitchen Nick Elprin, Domino Data Lab About the Discussion The rise of DevOps (Development Operations) revolutionized how innovation gets done. Developers working closely with operations personnel have made tremendous strides in addressing hot-button issues for all kinds of organizations. But in many…
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