"What will be covered?" - Demystify – Database, Data warehouse, Data Lake and Data Lakehouse. - What are common but different in Synapse and Databricks – Notebooks, Apache Spark, Delta Lake, Storage and Compute separated architecture, Autoscaling. - Use case/problem statement-based discussion to infer which one to choose with architecture diagrams. - When to use SQL database / Synapse / Databricks?. "What will you learn?" - Technology democratization has led to features, open-source frameworks included in almost all products in a line. Making it difficult for choosing one. In this session, I will share my experiences over-analyzing different frameworks for use cases, hoping it would help the other folks to choose the right data analytics tool for the right need. "Who should attend?" - Data Product Managers. - Data engineers.
Product Manager at Kissflow for Reports & Analytics Squad
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