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Databricks unveils new open source project to clean up data lakes

News:

Delta Lake is a new open source project that could help data scientists and data engineers untangle their batch and streaming data pipelines by adding a transaction layer. (...)


Source: zdnet.com

Date: 2019-04-24

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