DATA MESH is a relatively new concept that became one of the fastest-growing trends during 2020. It extends the paradigm shift that was introduced by the microservices architectures and applies it to data architectures, enabling agile and scalable analytics and machine learning or artificial intelligence.
DATA MESH provides an alternative to the “centralized” organizational and architectural pattern of the data lake with a distributed and decentralized architecture designed to help enterprises to:
- Enable agility and business scalability
- Reduce the time-to-market of the business initiatives
- Lower maintenance costs
- Allow a fair and transparent internal cost allocation.
Even in a rapidly evolving scenario, we have already developed a concrete experience with Data Mesh projects, that we are sharing in the following contents.
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Data Product Flow – How To Discover and Create Your Data Products
Scott Hirleman interviews Paolo Platter, CTO at Agile Lab
Customer 360 and Data Mesh: friends or enemies?
Monolithic view or just a business concept?
How does the Customer 360 view fit into the Data Mesh paradigm?
In the article, Roberto Coluccio, Data Architect at Agile Lab, suggests some practical approaches to deal with this issue.
How to identify Data Products? Welcome “Data Product Flow”
How DDD principles can support the journey towards Data Mesh
In the article, Paolo Platter, CTO & Co-Founder at Agile Lab, explains some processes and techniques used to identify Data Products, going deep into the “Data Product Flow” methodology.
10 practical tips to reduce Data Mesh’s adoption roadblocks
and improve domain’s engagement
Read the article written by Roberto Coluccio, Agile Lab Data Architect, to find out the 10 practical tips that can help companies in reducing Data Mesh’s adoption roadblocks and improve domains’ engagement.
How and why Data Mesh is shaping the data management’s evolution
What is Data Mesh?
What is the hardest challenge in implementing a data mesh? Is there any way to speed up the process? What is the maturity grade of this practice?
Read the article written by Paolo Platter, Agile Lab CTO & Co-Founder, to have a clearer view on how data mesh is shaping the data management’s evolution.
My name is Data Mesh. I solve problems
How Data Mesh can improve your Data Management process
Learn how Data Mesh can help your organization address some of the most common problems with data integration and why a decentralized, domain-driven model can enable companies to manage “data as a product“, with logic already ingrained in our daily lives.
Data Mesh Explanation
How and why successful data-driven companies are adopting Data Mesh
The article gives an overview on Data Mesh, its principles, main elements and characteristics.
Reading the text you will understand the basis of the paradigm shift requested for organizations that want to move towards a Data Mesh architecture and how data management needs to change.
Tech Talk #1
Overview and real use cases
In this first episode, Paolo Platter, Agile Lab CTO, talks about some major aspects of the Data Mesh journey.
WATCH THE VIDEO and find the answer to some key questions:
- What is Data Mesh?
- What problems can it solve?
- How to take the first steps?
- Data Lake vs Data Mesh
Tech Talk #2
Organizational changes in the Data Mesh Journey | Part 1
In the second episode, Henrik Göthberg, CEO and Founder at Dairdux Alliance and Organizational Management Expert, and Alberto Firpo, Agile Lab CEO, focus on the main pain-points that organizations have to deal with when starting the journey towards Data Mesh.
WATCH THE VIDEO to discover:
- Which are the internal and external pain points
- How you can work with data integration
- Why a company should choose Data Mesh
- If distributed data are unavoidable
Tech Talk #3
Organizational changes in the Data Mesh Journey | Part 2
In this episode, Henrik Göthberg, CEO and Founder at Dairdux Alliance and Organizational Management Expert, and Alberto Firpo, Agile Lab CEO, focus on Change Management, discussing in depth which are the main challenges for both the IT and Business side.
WATCH THE VIDEO and discover:
- What is the identikit of a company that could start a Data Mesh journey?
- What role does central IT need to play?
- How can a company boost adoption?
Tech Talk #4
Semantic knowledge in the Data Mesh
In this episode, with Juan Sequeda, Principal Scientist at data.world, and Paolo Platter, Agile Lab CTO & Co-founder, we discuss synergies between the emerging paradigms of Knowledge Graphs and Data Mesh, looking at how they can work together and the main differences in terms of ownership, accountability and data observability.
Tech Talk #5
How Data Mesh enables organizational changes
In this episode, Andrea Faré, Change Choreographer at Leapfrog and Alberto Firpo, Agile Lab CEO and Co-Founder, focus on how companies can leverage Data Mesh to start a radical organizational change and how a Data Mesh Blueprint could help this transformation.
WATCH THE VIDEO and learn:
- What has changed for Enterprise Organizations in the last years, from the organizational and data point of view?
- How a Data Mesh Blueprint could support the chance?
Tech Talk #6
A smooth transition from Data Lake to Data Mesh
In this episode, Jon Cooke, Dataception CTO and Paolo Platter, Agile Lab CTO and Co-Founder, discuss the journey to adopt the Data Mesh paradigm when a company comes from a Data Lake or a Data Warehouse landscape.
WATCH THE VIDEO and learn:
- Which are the main steps that companies need to move?
- What is the difference between data-as-a-product, data product and data-as-a-service?
- How does the cost charging model change?
Data Mesh Exchange
To go deep with the topic, we often set up sessions of “Data Mesh Exchange”, an online meeting to discuss the implementation and practice of Data Mesh with our experts, customers and companies that are interested in learning why this new paradigm is generating so much interest and how it can improve both data management and business processes.
It’s a productive experience where we share real-world cases and analyze how companies can reap the benefit of this evolution.