The Rise of Data Collaboration
An Integration-Minimizing Approach to Data Architecture
Data collaboration separates data from code, centralizing data and eliminating the need for data integration.
Data collaboration presents a fresh vision for the relationship between data and code. In this architectural approach, applications run on a shared data repository rather than individual dedicated databases. This eliminates the need for data integration and prevents data duplication.
This report from Eckerson Group:
- Defines data collaboration, what it is and what it is not
- Compares data collaboration and other popular approaches to data centralisation, such as data warehouses, data lakes and data fabrics.