Data Engineering with Tobias Macey

The Hadoop ecosystem provided every company with the tools to store and query large amounts of data at a low cost. Since 2005, that ecosystem has expanded with more and more open source applications for data infrastructure. 

Data infrastructure includes databases, data lakes, distributed queues, data warehouses, query engines, web applications, on-prem software, closed source, open source, cloud platforms, and software-as-a-service. There is so much software, and it is difficult to keep track of everything in the data engineering ecosystem.

Tobias Macey is the host of the Data Engineering Podcast, a show about technologies and practices in the world of data engineering. Tobias joins today’s episode as a guest to give his perspective on the evolving landscape of data engineering, and the trends he is seeing on the data engineering podcast.

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