What's new in software architecture. Data mesh and the AI revolution with Zhamak Dehghani.

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English
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[First edition].
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[Place of publication not identified] : O'Reilly Media, Inc., 2024.
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1 online resource (1 video file (58 min.)) : sound, color.

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Join Neal Ford and Zhamak Dehghani for a discussion about the challenges of creating, sharing, and finding data and making your data work for you. With the rise of generative AI, companies need to manage large quantities of data and are looking at distributed data systems and data mesh to solve this challenge. The problem consists in getting from their existing data storage to a distributed data system that works for all stakeholders. As the originator of the concept of data mesh, and because of her ongoing work with scaling decentralized data, Zhamak is well positioned to provide updates and advice on this more holistic approach to data management. What's New in Software Architecture gives you a chance to explore trending topics in software architecture and to ask Neal and Zhamak Dehghani anything you want about data mesh, how to begin making the move to decentralized data, and their own career journeys. We will spend a few minutes covering the trends that are influencing software architecture and then tell you what you need to know to stay ahead of the curve. What you'll learn and how you can apply it Understand what a data mesh is and how it differs from other methods of storing and sharing data Learn the key data characteristics you need to be a data-led organization Explore the tools that can help you make the move to data mesh This live course is for you because... You want to hear from Neal Ford and Zhamak Dehghani about software architecture and data mesh. Recommended Follow-Up: Read Building an Event-Driven Data Mesh (book) Read Data Mesh (book) Please note that slides or supplemental materials are not available for download from this recording. Resources are only provided at the time of the live event.
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