Weaving Architectural Patterns III — Data Mesh
Software systems designers often structure their thinking around the underlying functional and data/information components of their desired applications. This approach — analogous to the scientific method of breaking a system into its smallest sub-parts in order to understand how it works — forms the basis of traditional architectural patterns, such as the data warehouse, as we saw in part II of this series. Data fabric, as seen in part I comes from similar thinking. The data lakehouse, on the other hand, appears to derive its functional foundation more from existing products than decomposition of functionality. Now, time to talk about Data Mesh.
Read more in https://www.datavirtualizationblog.com. Originally published on December 16, 2021