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Data Management at Scale

Modern Data Architecture with Data Mesh and Data Fabric

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As data management continues to evolve rapidly, managing all of your data in a central place, such as a data warehouse, is no longer scalable. Today's world is about quickly turning data into value. This requires a paradigm shift in the way we federate responsibilities, manage data, and make it available to others. With this practical book, you'll learn how to design a next-gen data architecture that takes into account the scale you need for your organization.

Executives, architects and engineers, analytics teams, and compliance and governance staff will learn how to build a next-gen data landscape. Author Piethein Strengholt provides blueprints, principles, observations, best practices, and patterns to get you up to speed.

- Examine data management trends, including regulatory requirements, privacy concerns, and new developments such as data mesh and data fabric
- Go deep into building a modern data architecture, including cloud data landing zones, domain-driven design, data product design, and more
- Explore data governance and data security, master data management, self-service data marketplaces, and the importance of metadata

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ISBN13:9781098138868
Taal:Engels
Bindwijze:paperback
Aantal pagina's:328
Uitgever:O'Reilly
Druk:2
Verschijningsdatum:1-5-2023
Hoofdrubriek:IT-management / ICT
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Over Piethein Strengholt

Piethein Strengholt likes to find practical and lasting solutions to complex problems. After working for more than a decade as a strategy consultant and freelance application developer, he joined ABN AMRO as a principal architect to accelerate subjects like data management, cloud, and integration. In this exciting role, he oversees the company’s data strategy and its impact on the organization. He lives in the Netherlands with his family.

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Inhoudsopgave

Foreword
Preface
Why I Wrote This Book and Why Now
Who Is This Book For?
How to Read or Use This Book
Conventions Used in This Book
O’Reilly Online Learning
How to Contact Us
Acknowledgments

1. The Journey to Becoming Data-Driven
Recent Technology Developments and Industry Trends
Data Management
Analytics Is Fragmenting the Data Landscape
The Speed of Software Delivery Is Changing
The Cloud’s Impact on Data Management Is Immeasurable
Privacy and Security Concerns Are a Top Priority
Operational and Analytical Systems Need to Be Integrated
Organizations Operate in Collaborative Ecosystems
Enterprises Are Saddled with Outdated Data Architectures
The Enterprise Data Warehouse: A Single Source of Truth
The Data Lake: A Centralized Repository for Structured and Unstructured Data
The Pain of Centralization
Defining a Data Strategy
Wrapping Up

2. Organizing Data Using Data Domains
Application Design Starting Points
Each Application Has a Data Store
Applications Are Always Unique
Golden Sources
The Data Integration Dilemma
Application Roles
Inspirations from Software Architecture
Data Domains
Domain-Driven Design
Business Architecture
Domain Characteristics
Principles for Distributed and Domain-Oriented Data Management
Design Principles for Data Domains
Best Practices for Data Providers
Domain Ownership Responsibilities
Transitioning Toward Distributed and Domain-Oriented Data Management
Wrapping Up

3. Mapping Domains to a Technology Architecture
Domain Topologies: Managing Problem Spaces
Fully Federated Domain Topology
Governed Domain Topology
Partially Federated Domain Topology
Value Chain–Aligned Domain Topology
Coarse-Grained Domain Topology
Coarse-Grained and Partially Governed Domain Topology
Centralized Domain Topology
Picking the Right Topology
Landing Zone Topologies: Managing Solution Spaces
Single Data Landing Zone
Source- and Consumer-Aligned Landing Zones
Hub Data Landing Zone
Multiple Data Landing Zones
Multiple Data Management Landing Zones
Practical Landing Zones Example
Wrapping Up

4. Data Product Management
What Are Data Products?
Problems with Combining Code, Data, Metadata, and Infrastructure
Data Products as Logical Entities
Data Product Design Patterns
What Is CQRS?
Read Replicas as Data Products
Design Principles for Data Products
Resource-Oriented Read-Optimized Design
Data Product Data Is Immutable
Using the Ubiquitous Language
Capture Directly from the Source
Clear Interoperability Standards
No Raw Data
Don’t Conform to Consumers
Missing Values, Defaults, and Data Types
Semantic Consistency
Atomicity
Compatibility
Abstract Volatile Reference Data
New Data Means New Ownership
Data Security Patterns
Establish a Metamodel
Allow Self-Service
Cross-Domain Relationships
Enterprise Consistency
Historization, Redeliveries, and Overwrites
Business Capabilities with Multiple Owners
Operating Model
Data Product Architecture
High-Level Platform Design
Capabilities for Capturing and Onboarding Data
Data Quality
Data Historization
Solution Design
Real-World Example
Alignment with Storage Accounts
Alignment with Data Pipelines
Capabilities for Serving Data
Data Serving Services
File Manipulation Service
De-Identification Service
Distributed Orchestration
Intelligent Consumption Services
Direct Usage Considerations
Getting Started
Wrapping Up

5. Services and API Management
Introducing API Management
What Is Service-Oriented Architecture?
Enterprise Application Integration
Service Orchestration
Service Choreography
Public Services and Private Services
Service Models and Canonical Data Models
Parallels with Enterprise Data Warehousing Architecture
A Modern View of API Management
Federated Responsibility Model
API Gateway
API as a Product
Composite Services
API Contracts
API Discoverability
Microservices
Functions
Service Mesh
Microservice Domain Boundaries
Ecosystem Communication
Experience APIs
GraphQL
Backend for Frontend
Practical Example
Metadata Management
Read-Oriented APIs Serving Data Products
Wrapping Up

6. Event and Notification Management
Introduction to Events
Notifications Versus Carried State
The Asynchronous Communication Model
What Do Modern Event-Driven Architectures Look Like?
Message Queues
Event Brokers
Event Processing Styles
Event Producers
Event Consumers
Event Streaming Platforms
Governance Model
Event Stores as Data Product Stores
Event Stores as Application Backends
Streaming as the Operational Backbone
Guarantees and Consistency
Consistency Level
Processing Methods
Message Order
Dead Letter Queue
Streaming Interoperability
Governance and Self-Service
Wrapping Up

7. Connecting the Dots
Cross-Domain Interoperability
Quick Recap
Data Distribution Versus Application Integration
Data Distribution Patterns
Application Integration Patterns
Consistency and Discoverability
Inspiring, Motivating, and Guiding for Change
Setting Domain Boundaries
Exception Handling
Organizational Transformation
Team Topologies
Organizational Planning
Wrapping Up

8. Data Governance and Data Security
Data Governance
The Governance Framework
Processes: Data Governance Activities
Making Governance Effective and Pragmatic
Supporting Services for Data Governance
Data Contracts
Data Security
Current Siloed Approach
Trust Boundaries
Data Classifications and Labels
Data Usage Classifications
Unified Data Security
Identity Providers
Real-World Example
Typical Security Process Flow
Securing API-Based Architectures
Securing Event-Driven Architectures
Wrapping Up

9. Democratizing Data with Metadata
Metadata Management
The Enterprise Metadata Model
Practical Example of a Metamodel
Data Domains and Data Products
Data Models
Data Lineage
Other Metadata Areas
The Metalake Architecture
Role of the Catalog
Role of the Knowledge Graph
Wrapping Up

10. Modern Master Data Management
Master Data Management Styles
Data Integration
Designing a Master Data Management Solution
Domain-Oriented Master Data Management
Reference Data
Master Data
MDM and Data Quality as a Service
MDM and Data Curation
Knowledge Exchange
Integrated Views
Reusable Components and Integration Logic
Republishing Data Through Integration Hubs
Republishing Data Through Aggregates
Data Governance Recommendations
Wrapping Up

11. Turning Data into Value
The Challenges of Turning Data into Value
Domain Data Stores
Granularity of Consumer-Aligned Use Cases
DDSs Versus Data Products
Best Practices
Business Requirements
Target Audience and Operating Model
Nonfunctional Requirements
Data Pipelines and Data Models
Scoping the Role Your DDSs Play
Business Intelligence
Semantic Layers
Self-Service Tools and Data
Best Practices
Advanced Analytics (MLOps)
Initiating a Project
Experimentation and Tracking
Data Engineering
Model Operationalization
Exceptions
Wrapping Up

12. Putting Theory into Practice
A Brief Reflection on Your Data Journey
Centralized or Decentralized?
Making It Real
Opportunistic Phase: Set Strategic Direction
Transformation Phase: Lay Out the Foundation
Optimization Phase: Professionalize Your Capabilities
Data-Driven Culture
DataOps
Governance and Literacy
The Role of Enterprise Architects
Blueprints and Diagrams
Modern Skills
Control and Governance
Last Words

Index
About the Author

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