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Taking a 360-Degree Approach to Managing and Governing a Data Lake

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Taking a 360-Degree Approach to Managing and Governing a Data Lake

In this infographic, we show the key capabilities in the Data Lake 360 degree approach to data lake management, that allows you to enable the lake, govern the data and engage the business.

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As the volume and variety of data continues to grow exponentially, it's imperative that organizations are able manage and govern their data in a way that's scalable and cost-effective. Many early adopters used data lakes as a relatively inexpensive storage solution and dumped data into them without much of a plan. Now these enterprises realize that in order to derive true business value from the data lake, they need to employ proactive data management best practices.  

By taking a holistic approach to building and managing your data lake, you can ensure that your data is managed and governed properly to achieve the agility, shorter time-to-insight, and scalability that a data lake promises. At Zaloni, we call this holistic approach, Data Lake 360°. 

In the infographic below, we show the key capabilities in the Data Lake 360° approach to data lake management, that allows you to enable the lake, govern the data and engage the business: 

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