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Building a Governed Data Lake in the Cloud

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BUILDING A GOVERNED DATA LAKE IN THE CLOUD Cloud Solution Brief 1 If you haven't already, you may be considering expanding your data lake to a public and/or private cloud. As the volume and type of big data con nues to grow, the cloud makes financial sense and provides much-desired on-demand processing and storage scalability. With no one-size-fits-all approach, organiza ons are building their data pla orms using mul ple deployment models, such as on-premises, hybrid, cloud and mul -cloud. However, integra ng the cloud into your data lake ecosystem can be complicated. One key challenge is managing and governing the data that spans on-premises and cloud-based compu ng across the enterprise. Although capturing unstructured and semi-structured data in public cloud pla orms such as Amazon Web Services (AWS) or Microso Azure is rela vely straigh orward, these providers do not capture metadata. Metadata is essen al for managing, migra ng, accessing and deploying big data – and leveraging many of the benefits associated with the data lake architecture. Leverage the cloud for your data lake with ZDP The Zaloni Data Pla orm (ZDP) enables centralized, consistent data management and governance of all of your data across pla orms and systems, in the cloud or on-premises. By capturing metadata as data is ingested into the data lake, regardless of pla orm, ZDP enables organiza ons to confidently use the cloud as a data lake for core use cases that couldn't be considered before. These include customer 360, fraud analy cs, data mone za on, and others. ZDP is a fully integrated solu on that also allows organiza ons to provide self- service access by business users to their data lake. THE DATA LAKE COMPANY The Zaloni Data Platform enables data management and governance to support big data use cases in the cloud

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