Data Lake Storage

A data lake is a storage repository that holds a vast amount of raw data in its native format until it is needed. While a hierarchical data warehouse stores data in files or folders, a data lake uses a flat architecture to store data. In addition to S3, ADLS & GCS, there are Minio, Dell ECS, IBM, Alibaba and other small cloud providers
Apache Iceberg

The Future of Intelligent Storage in Big Data

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Project Nessie: Transactional Catalog for Data Lakes with Git-like semantics

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Lessons Learned From Running Apache Iceberg at Petabyte Scale

How to maintain Iceberg tables in their optimal shapes while running at petabyte scale.

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Covering Indexes in the Data Lake with Hyperspace

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Iceberg Case Studies

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Enabling Analysts to Build a Lakehouse with Spark SQL and Iceberg

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What Is Apache Iceberg?

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Hiveberg: Integrating Apache Iceberg with the Hive Metastore

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The Future of Intelligent Storage in Big Data

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Apache Iceberg: What’s New

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Iceberg at Adobe: Challenges, Lessons & Achievements

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Deep Dive into Iceberg SQL Extensions

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High Frequency Small Files vs. Slow Moving Datasets

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The New Data Tier

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