I am a Senior Software Engineer (backend Drupal developer) at Red Hat, lead organizer of Drupal Camp Asheville, member of the Drupal Community Working Group (CWG) Community Health Team, and member of the A11yTalks organizing team.
My superpowers include picking up something new and running with it, as well as connecting people. My curiosities include work culture, entrepreneurship, and burnout. I’m a philosopher in the void.
This was co-presented with Melissa Bent.
Data accuracy and consistency is an important goal for any organization.
Maintaining data quality across multiple websites and applications (Drupal or otherwise), with different teams managing the same data in multiple systems, becomes complex and difficult to manage. Having a pool of data becomes an attractive solution to resolve some of these issues and allow for greater transparency and consistency across an organization. But, creating a scalable, reliable, and useful system brings its own challenges.
Join us, as we explore several ways that Red Hat is using a data lake architecture to share data between different Drupal sites.
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