Delimitation/ Definition Data Mesh

Data Mesh is an architectural paradigm in data management focusing on decentralization. It treats data as a product, with each business domain acting as a data owner and provider. Key components of Data Mesh include:

  1. Domain-Oriented Decentralized Ownership: Data ownership and management are decentralized, residing within various business domains.
  2. Data as a Product: Data is treated as a product, focusing on its usability, reliability, and lifecycle management.
  3. Self-Serve Data Infrastructure: Empowers teams with tools and platforms to access and manage data independently.
  4. Federated Computational Governance: Establishes governance models for data across different domains, ensuring standardization and compliance while maintaining autonomy.

Data Mesh is especially useful in large, complex organizations where different business units have unique data needs and capabilities.

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