Data Mesh Newsletter #026
Spring is a Domain Thing Issue
The quick bit…
Zhamak’s much awaited definitive reference on our favorite topic has arrived! Titled Data Mesh, Delivering Data-Driven Value at Scale, the book is available now on Amazon in both paperback and kindle versions.
Data Mesh Content Unzipped
Author: Stan Christiaens, Collibra
An established data catalog vendor’s musings on Data Mesh. Interesting to note that the implications of decentralized data ownership to the domains were duly noted without specific mention of decentralized metadata ownership which comes part and parcel with the resulting data products. Presumably, a good future article topic for data catalog vendors.
Author: Elliot West
Makes the case that access control implementations are inadequate as it stands for monolithic data architectures let alone Data Mesh. However, this is seen as an opportunity to rethink the data access control layer.
Author: Pradeep Menon
Governance as a domain? Its a mental exercise and somehow seems counter to federated computational governance. You decide. Comments welcome.
Upcoming Meetups / Zhamak Stuff
Zhamak offers a fast-paced build up from problem statement to Data Mesh concepts and on to applied usage therein that begins to address many of those lingering questions after reading the Martin Fowler website articles and saying “yes, but how do I …?”.
Zhamak and fellow partipants offer low to high level perspectives on the problems of the day regarding the current art of data pipelines, what challenges they pose, and how we move forward using data mesh principles.
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