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8. Organizing for DataOps

Harvinder Atwal1 
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Isleworth, UK
 

Organizational structure has an enormous impact not only on output velocity but also on what teams produce and the quality of such. As anyone who has worked within a rigid hierarchical structure knows, the organizational chart often has more influence on what is or is not produced than any technology decision.

For example, with a traditional layered architecture, the simple addition of a new data source to a report requires coordination from every separate functional team responsible for a layer. Cutting vertically across layers requires source system owners, ETL developers, database architects, database ...

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