For those of you who remember life before the Internet, you’ll know that from the early to mid ’90s, access made serious leaps from the realms of government and research facilities to the home. By 1996, approximately 45 million people around the world were using the Internet, with roughly 30 million of those in North America, 9 million in Europe, and 6 million in the Asia/Pacific region. And fortunately for us, it looked a whole lot more awesome than it did in 1984.
A data lake is a storage repository that holds a vast amount of raw data in its native format, including structured, semi-structured, and unstructured data. The data structure and requirements are not defined until the data is needed.
Reference: Data Lake vs Data Warehouse: Key Differences
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