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Building Your Data Lake on ADLS by Mark Van de Wiel

Wed, May 08 2019 18:00 UTC

Building Your Data Lake on ADLS

Many organizations are building or considering to build data lakes on Azure, with ADLS typically as the storage foundation. The success of a data lake is determined by whether the business uses it, which often depends on the reliability of the data they are performing analysis on. Business users want to run analyses on fresh, accurate and reliable data. So how do you achieve this for your data lake project? In this webinar, HVR CTO Mark Van de Wiel will discuss the key criteria for building a successful data lake that the business user will want to use. He will answer common data lake questions: 1. Given that a continuous data feed is a data lake defining attribute for success, how do you set up your data loads? 2. What are the common data integration challenges that you will face when building out a data lake? 3. How do you transfer your data securely, whether your data sources are on-premises or in the cloud? As part of the webinar, Mark will perform a demo showing how HVR can feed your data lake from your SQL Server database with minimal latency and guaranteeing reliability. We look forward to seeing you there!


Mark Van de Wiel

Mark has well over 15 years of hands-on experience with multiple relational database, data warehouse and data replication technologies including SQL Server. In his current role as technical lead for an independent database replication company HVR Software Mark comes across many SQL Server deployments, on premises and in the Azure Cloud. Mark holds and MsC degree in Business Administration from the Eindhoven University of Technology.

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