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Building Data Lakes on Google Cloud

A data lake is a centralized and a secure data platform for ingesting, storing, processing, and analyzing all your data–structured semi-structured and unstructured data–at scale.

“When we work with our customers we find out that the traditional approach for building data lakes, where you bring data from different sources and land them into a single central store has not worked. The traditional approach ended up creating swamps instead of lakes,” says Nitin Motgi, Product Manager, Google Cloud.

In this video, Motgi will talk about how to build data lakes correctly.

Google Cloud provides all the capabilities enterprises need to create and manage data lakes. Enterprises can use Google Cloud to aggregate their data and efficiently analyze it using cloud-native or open source tools irrespective of where the data is managed.

Also, learn how Google is making investments to simplify data lake deployment and management.

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