The Data Lakehouse: Blending Data Warehouses and Data Lakes

First we had data warehouses, then came data lakes, and now the new kid on the block is the data lakehouse. But what is a data lakehouse and why should we develop one?

In a way, the name describes what it is. The name is a portmanteau, a blending of two words, data lake and data warehouse. It is an architecture that attempts to combine the best elements of the two popular architectures.

Read more in https://www.datavirtualizationblog.com. Originally published on April 21, 2022.

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