Data localization or data residency law requires data about a nations’ citizens or residents be collected, processed, and/or stored inside the country, often before being transferred internationally, and usually transferred only after meeting local privacy or data protection laws, such as giving the user notice of how the information will be used and obtaining their consent. There is a lot of action globally right now related to data localization. Check out this blog that caught my eye:
Data architecture helps individuals gain a better understanding of data and provides guidelines for managing data. Check out the program “AWS – This is my Architecture” on YouTube for these great clips on a variety of interesting cloud architectures. Each clip is a different company and it’s less than 10 min per clip.