Data lakehouse: The best of both worlds in one platform
A data lakehouse unifies the best of data warehouses and data lakes in one simple platform to handle all your data, analytics and AI use cases. It’s built on an open and reliable data foundation that efficiently handles all data types and applies one common security and governance approach across all of your data and cloud platforms.
Unify your data warehousing and AI use cases on a single platform
Built on open source and open standards
One consistent data platform across clouds
Lakehouse unifies your data teams
Data management and engineering
Streamline your data ingestion and management
With automated and reliable ETL, open and secure data sharing, and lightning-fast performance, Delta Lake transforms your data lake into the destination for all your structured, semi-structured and unstructured data.
Derive new insights from the most complete data
With ready access to the freshest and most complete data and the power of Databricks SQL — up to 12x better price/performance than traditional cloud data warehouses — data analysts and scientists can now quickly derive new insights.
Data science and machine learning
Accelerate ML across the entire lifecycle
The lakehouse forms the foundation of Databricks Machine Learning — a data-native and collaborative solution for the full machine learning lifecycle, from featurization to production. Combined with high-quality, highly performant data pipelines, lakehouse accelerates machine learning and team productivity.
Data governance and sharing
Unify governance and sharing for data, analytics and AI
With Databricks, you gain a common security and governance model for all of your data, analytics and AI assets in the lakehouse on any cloud. You can discover and share data across data platforms, clouds or regions with no replication or lock-in, as well as distribute data products through an open marketplace.
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