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· 10 min read
Augusto Cocuzzo

Welcome to another exciting blog post, where we will dive deep and explore how we helped a long-standing AWS customer regain control over their data lake, consisting of over 3 Petabytes (PB) of S3 data.

This customer embarked on their cloud journey over a decade ago, embracing the scalability and flexibility offered by AWS. Nevertheless, as time went by, they found themselves grappling with a growing challenge – an ever-increasing pool of data that had accumulated within their S3 buckets. Data management practices had adjusted with growth, however, the customer had no clear visibility into which data was essential to retain and which could be safely removed.

How can we decide what needs to be retained if we don't have visibility of the inventory we have?

· 4 min read
Hugh Mooney

As organizations embarked on their cloud adoption journeys, the established practice was to treat the cloud as a separate domain, similar to other specialized areas such as networking, user management, or databases. This approach involved dedicated and specialized teams responsible for the ownership and operation of yet another single vertical within the organization; cloud. However, this model has proven to be more of a hindrance than a long-term success, resulting in more barriers to adoption and ever increasing costs.


Figure: The traditional CCOE experience