AWS Data Lake / Data Warehouse
Data Lakes compared to Data Warehouses – two different approaches
A data warehouse is a database optimized to analyze relational data coming from transactional systems and line of business applications. The data structure, and schema are defined in advance to optimize for fast SQL queries, where the results are typically used for operational reporting and analysis. Data is cleaned, enriched, and transformed so it can act as the “single source of truth” that users can trust.
A data lake is different, because it stores relational data from line of business applications, and non-relational data from mobile apps, IoT devices, and social media. The structure of the data or schema is not defined when data is captured. This means you can store all your data without careful design or the need to know what questions you might need answers for in the future. Different types of analytics on your data like SQL queries, big data analytics, full text search, real-time analytics, and machine learning can be used to uncover insights.
COR3 can provide you with a compass to help you navigate deployments in the cloud, we can evolve your warehouse to include data lakes, and enable diverse query capabilities, because the cloud provides performance, scalability, reliability, availability, a diverse set of analytic engines, and massive economies of scale.
COR3 Advantage can build a wide range of analytic tools and provide analytics for a wide array of use cases. We specialize in real-time analytics, operational analytics, dashboards, visualizations and big data processing using Apache Spark and Hadoop.
Our OpenTelemetry provides a single set of APIs, libraries, agents, and collector services to capture distributed traces and metrics from your application. You can analyze them using Prometheus, Jaeger, and other observability tools.
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