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Data Lakehouse: Next Generation Information System

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Mohamed CHERRADI ,
Mohamed CHERRADI

Data Science and Competetive Intelligence Team (DSData Science and Competetive Intelligence Team (DSCI), ENSAH, Abdelmalek Essaâdi, University (UAE) Tetouan, MoroccoCI), ENSAH, Abdelmalek Essaâdi, University (UAE) Tetouan, Morocco

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Abstract

This paper introduces the Data Lakehouse Architecture, a transformative model in data architecture that seamlessly integrates the analytical strengths of traditional data warehouses with the schema flexibility inherent in data lakes. Departing from current frameworks, this comprehensive approach establishes a unified platform, overcoming limitations of conventional data management. Addressing the critical need for an integrated solution, our primary objective is to set a new standard for sophisticated data management. The distinctiveness of our proposal lies in the seamless fusion of data warehouse analytics and data lake schema flexibility, underscoring its originality. The full article delves into the research methodology, providing a comprehensive understanding of the study's framework proposal. The foundational outcomes showcase the successful implementation of our Data Lakehouse Architecture, revealing enhanced processing capabilities for structured data analysis, complex querying, and high-performance reporting. The conclusion emphasizes the paradigm shift and transformative impact on data management practices, reinforcing the significance of our innovative solution. This research not only contributes a novel technological framework but also highlights the importance of adaptability and performance in the face of evolving data landscapes.

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CHERRADI M. Data Lakehouse: Next Generation Information System. Seminars in Medical Writing and Education [Internet]. 2024 Apr. 1 [cited 2024 Apr. 17];3:67. Available from: https://mw.saludcyt.ar/index.php/mw/article/view/67

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