Data Mesh Newsletter #023
Farewell February Issue
The quick bit…
If you come across any good articles that delve into the details of Data Mesh, please send them my way!
Data Mesh Content Unzipped
Author: Roberto Coluccio, Agile Labs
Achieving a customer 360 view is fraught with challenges on its own so how about pairing its centralized approach to the decentralized ownership model of Data Mesh? Are they irreconcilable? Read more to find out!
Author: Eric Broda
Describes the problem and a proposed solution of capturing data lineage in a Data Mesh architecture where change data capture underlies your data sources. This is the third article in a multi-part series on Data Mesh architecture patterns as envisioned by the author. You can find a listing of the series here.
Authors: IanHarrow, Rama Balakrishnan, Hande Küçük McGinty, Tom Plasterer, Martin Romackere
While this article primarily focuses on leveraging FAIR principles in biopharma, it does briefly call out Data Mesh (although it appears to conflate it with Data Fabric). Readers who are in this space may find some value anyway…
Upcoming Meetups / Zhamak Stuff
Hi all. February is going to be a festive month for Data Mesh. At Thoughtworks we are hosting the State of Data Mesh 2022 on Feb 23rd. We will heave lead adopters like Roche, Glovo, Intuit and others share how they are implementing Data Mesh. We have founders and CTOs from technology provides including Starburst, AWS, Databricks, Confluent presenting their perspective on the direction of enabling technology. And practitioners sharing their learnings. I'll be sharing my perspective reflecting on the last few years and looking into the future. Join us.
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