Forge your path to composable data systems
Building composable data systems seems hard because it is hard. Over the years, we have heard a lot of myths, misinformation, and skepticism (some valid and some not) about composability. In The Codex, we share why we believe a composable architecture is a new way forward for most organizations.
Discover the origins and technology behind composable data systems. Learn about the key layers of data systems, and how to build by reusing open source software components and open standards.
Make good choices about standards and they will serve your system (and developers) well. Learn how composable standards like Substrait, Arrow, and ADBC glue your system together.
Standards help teams bridge the divides between programming languages. Learn how intermediate representation preserves peace and promotes productivity in a composable data system.
Composable data systems can simplify data sprawl and lower costs. Discover how to avoid costly migrations and lengthy rewrites by adopting open standards for data connectivity and transport.
- 3.1 The complexities of data connectivity
- 3.2 Three essential connectivity standards
Future-ready your data systems with accelerated hardware and composable engines. Learn how to jump over the performance wall and keep your systems running smoothly, no matter what the next hardware innovation brings.