Data Hub Architecture.

A data hub architecture allows data producers and consumers to exchange data quickly, easily, and securely – for both operational and analytical use cases.

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Advantages of data hub architecture


Free exchange
of data

Put an end to the point-to-point, hard-
wired interfaces used for data sharing.


Mediation and

Provision data in real time to fuel both operational and analytical workloads.

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Enforce data quality, security, privacy,
and accessibility policies, centrally.

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Master your data

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Data hub architecture enables the seamless flow and governance of data, between producers and consumers.

Commonly used to manage master data for business entities of interest (e.g., Customer 360, Product 360, Location 360, etc.), a data hub is increasingly used to manage transaction and interaction data, for a complete 360 view of business entities.

Data Orchastration

Stream and govern

Data Orchastration

A data hub is an architectural pattern used for data integration, data governance, and data delivery – typically for operational use cases, at enterprise scale.

Data producers and consumers connect with each other in the framework of common governance controls, for optimized data sharing.

Data hub architectures are generally used to support operational workloads, such as streaming data to consuming applications (e.g., integrating customer data to a cloud-based CRM application), and allow for in-flight data orchestration, transformation, persistence, as well as a range of data integration and delivery styles.

Key principles of
data hub architecture

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Data hubs drive real-time operations, with continuous bi-directional data movement between source and target systems.

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Real-time data integration

Data transformation, enrichment, preparation, and delivery are performed in-flight, in milliseconds, across the architecture.

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A data product approach unifies and stores each instance of a business entity in its own Micro-Database, to deliver a trusted 360 customer view.

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Data flow orchestration

Data hubs orchestrate data flows to unify, transform, and enrich data, for seamless sharing of data between data producers and consumers.

Data Product Platform
deploys as a data hub

Powered by patented Micro-Database™ technology, the K2view Data Product Platform deploys in a data hub architecture, to provide real-time data management capabilities – from integration and preparation, through orchestration and governance, to masking and delivery.

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Data Integration
Ingest and unify data from multiple sources, then pipeline it to target systems, always ensuring data integrity.
Data Virtualization
Provide a logical abstraction layer to underlying systems, to make it easy to access trusted data.
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Data Preparation
Make data lakes and data warehouses instantly and always ready for analytics.
Data Orchestration
Control data movement and data transformation, from source to target systems, code-free.
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Data Catalog
Discover and visualize metadata structure and lineage, from source to consuming web services.
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Data Governance
Control data synchronization, access, integrity, and security – using configurable rules and processes.
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Data Masking
Protect data at rest, in use, and in transit – across production, testing, and analytics environments.
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Data Service Automation
Generate, debug, and deploy web services in minutes, with an easy-to-use, no-code/low-code framework.

Data hubs in 3 out of 4 enterprises by 2024


“By 2024, 75% of organizations will have deployed multiple data hubs, to drive mission-critical data analytics, sharing and governance.”

Garner 2021 Strategic Planning Assumption

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Implement a data hub architecture with data products

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K2View Data Product Platform empowers data teams to create and deliver data products, quickly and easily, to fuel operational and analytical workloads.

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