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Defining the Data Fabric

James Serra explains a concept:

Another buzzword that you may have been hearing a lot about lately is Data Fabric. In short, a data fabric is a single environment consisting of a unified architecture with services and technologies running on it that architecture that helps a company manage their data. It enables accessing, ingesting, integrating, and sharing data in a environment where the data can be batched or streamed and be in the cloud or on-prem. The ultimate goal of data fabric is to use all your data to gain better insights into your company and make better business decisions.  If you are thinking this sounds a lot like a modern data warehouse that I posted a video on recently at Modern Data Warehouse explained, well, I would argue it basically is the same thing except a data fabric expands on that architecture.

Read on for James’s explanation.

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