Medallion Architecture in a Microsoft Fabric lakehouse

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In Microsoft Fabric, the Medallion Architecture Layers is a design pattern employed to logically organize data in a lakehouse. The architecture comprises three distinct layers (Bronze, Silver and Gold), each indicating the quality of data stored in the lakehouse, with higher levels representing higher quality. The multi-layered approach helps Fabric Engineers to build a single source of truth for enterprise data products.


Antonios Chatzipavlis

Data Solutions Architect, Consultant, Trainer

Antonios has been involved with computers since 1982. He started his professional carrier in IT, especially in software development in 1988. In 1998 he started his carrier as Microsoft Certified Trainer in Microsoft development products. He is also the founder of and a moderator of

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