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Patterns for a high-performance data architecture

For fast-growing startups in e-commerce, gaming, media, or other consumer sectors, facing challenges in scaling data infrastructure is almost inevitable. As products gain traction, increased data volumes, pipelines, and sources often lead to longer response times, higher error rates, escalated resource costs, and more frequent service downtimes. At this critical juncture, the scalability of infrastructure and how it accesses data becomes pivotal in delivering a seamless user experience. A lack of a strategic approach can compromise not only the performance and reliability of services but also the reputation and trust built with the audience. This guide offers best practice recommendations for a high-performance data architecture, with a focus on reducing data latency and enhancing scalability.

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