We’re excited to let you know that PSG Software is now officially part of Xebia Group – a family of companies that consists of specialized, interlinked organizations. This change means many new things – but, luckily, all of them are good. And, most importantly, they are beneficial to our existing and future clients.
After tens of thousands of hours of hard work, dozen hundreds of passed AWS certifications, a couple of achieved AWS Competencies, and a million gallons of consumed coffee (one of these numbers may be slightly exaggerated), we can finally announce – we’re officially an AWS Premier Consulting Partner!
In the late 1980s, IBM researchers developed the idea of the “business data warehouse”. Since then, data warehouses (DWHs) have become an increasingly important data repository. Yet, the market also offers alternatives – like the data lake. In this blog post, we’re going to compare these two systems to help you pick the one best suited to your needs.
The Data Lake isn't new – the term itself has been first used in 2010. After its premiere, it's been met with mixed reviews. The late Dave Needle (Amiga 1000 co-chief architect) characterized the “so-called data lakes” as “one of the more controversial ways to manage big data”. And in 2016, Forbes published an article entitled “Why Data Lakes Are Evil”. However, the response to data lakes hasn’t been universally bad. Many have viewed data lakes as a sort of data panacea. So, which perspective is closer to the truth in 2021? Read this article to find out!