Modern Data Architectures with Python

Modern Data Architectures with Python

eBook Details:

  • Paperback: 318 pages
  • Publisher: WOW! eBook (September 29, 2023)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1801070490
  • ISBN-13: 978-1801070492

eBook Description:

Modern Data Architectures with Python: Build scalable and reliable data ecosystems using Data Mesh, Databricks Spark, and Kafka

Modern Data Architectures with Python will teach you how to seamlessly incorporate your machine learning and data science work streams into your open data platforms. You’ll learn how to take your data and create open lakehouses that work with any technology using tried-and-true techniques, including the medallion architecture and Delta Lake.

Starting with the fundamentals, this book will help you build pipelines on Databricks, an open data platform, using SQL and Python. You’ll gain an understanding of notebooks and applications written in Python using standard software engineering tools such as git, pre-commit, Jenkins, and Github. Next, you’ll delve into streaming and batch-based data processing using Apache Spark and Confluent Kafka. As you advance, you’ll learn how to deploy your resources using infrastructure as code and how to automate your workflows and code development. Since any data platform’s ability to handle and work with AI and ML is a vital component, you’ll also explore the basics of ML and how to work with modern MLOps tooling. Finally, you’ll get hands-on experience with Apache Spark, one of the key data technologies in today’s market.

  • Understand data patterns including delta architecture
  • Discover how to increase performance with Spark internals
  • Find out how to design critical data diagrams
  • Explore MLOps with tools such as AutoML and MLflow
  • Get to grips with building data products in a data mesh
  • Discover data governance and build confidence in your data
  • Introduce data visualizations and dashboards into your data practice

By the end of this Modern Data Architectures with Python book, you’ll have amassed a wealth of practical and theoretical knowledge to build, manage, orchestrate, and architect your data ecosystems.


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