In early 2021, Mission Lane, a new and rapidly growing credit card company based in Richmond, VA, and San Francisco, CA, was facing issues with scale in their centralized data architecture. Guided by Impact Makers, Mission Lane overcame their challenges by implementing a federated—or Data Mesh—approach to their data strategy. Transitioning to a decentralized architecture allowed Mission Lane to eliminate bottlenecks in their data systems and has delivered tangible business value from day one.
The bottlenecks Mission Lane faced are not unique, and many other companies could benefit from a Data Mesh approach. Is yours one of them?
- The four core principles of Data Mesh → Download the Infographic
- The early successes and challenges of rolling out a Data Mesh approach at Mission Lane
- Mission Lane’s current technology stack and the tools we’re exploring
- Whether Data Mesh architecture is right for your organization
Data Mesh Presentation Highlights
Most Important Thing About Data Analytics
Data analytics enables you to rapidly generate products for your consumers.
Data as a Product
“Data as a product” is one of the Four Core Principles of Data Mesh.
Attributes of a Product
Every data product has a set of shared attributes.
Success of Data Mesh
Organizations can expect several early wins by adopting a Data Mesh architecture.
For Maximum Impact, Watch the Complete Data Mesh Webinar
Impact Makers and Mission Lane packed the presentation full of golden nuggets. To glean the most value from these insights, it’s best to consume the information in its entirety. Download the full webinar, so you don’t miss a single detail.