Data lakehouses are the talk of the town when it comes to data architecture. But why is that? And why is that happening right now? Let's take a refreshing dive into the history of data warehouses, data lakes, and data lakehouses.
Modern Data Platform
Before you can generate insights from your data, you need to move those data from an operational to an analytical environment - a process commonly referred to as data ingestion. An event-driven architecture provides an elegant way to achieve a process marked by timeliness, performance, and cost-effectiveness.
A modern data platform makes integrating new services and empowering new use cases easier than ever. A data hub that provides your salespeople and service engineers with actionable customer data straight from your data platform is an excellent example of what you can achieve with modest effort.
A traditional data warehouse setup is no longer up to the many data challenges ahead. If you want to get ready for the future, regardless of the amount of data you are dealing with, you should check out Azure Synapse. This data analytics environment combines all components of a modern data platform.