Keynote: The Future of Data Infrastructure: 3 Key Trends
Wednesday, July 21 2021
In the last decade, applications have transitioned from monolithic architectures to microservices. A similar transition is now happening in the world of data analytics, with companies moving from proprietary data warehouses and endless ETL to open data architectures such as data lakes and lakehouses. With these architectures, data is stored as its own independent tier in open formats in the company’s own cloud account, and made accessible to downstream consumers through a variety of services. In this talk we explore the key trends and innovations that will reshape cloud data architectures over the coming years.