The enterprise data lake: monitoring at scale

When data lakes grow, they grow in size, complexity and inhabitants - creating complex dependencies across wide ranges of Azure services and different teams. Creating a true operations challenge: how do you find and respond to incidents, and who should respond?

During this session, we’ll look at how to monitor across the boundaries of Azure services and development teams that together make the ecosystem of the data lake. Aided by the Four Golden Signals and Azure Monitor capabilities we’ll create the blueprint for effective monitoring and incident handling. No matter how big the lake.

Martijn Beenker

Martijn Beenker

data engineer @ Avanade

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