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Databricks Expands Brickbuilder Solutions for Migrations in EMEA

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Databricks – by Michael Lumb

Databricks Expands Brickbuilder Solutions for Migrations in EMEA

Today, we're excited to announce that Databricks has expanded Brickbuilder Solutions by collaborating with key partners in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) to help companies across the globe migrate to the Databricks Lakehouse Platform. By combining the migration expertise of our partner ecosystem with the Databricks Lakehouse Platform, our expansion of the partner solutions to the region will help businesses migrate to a single modern platform to handle all their data, analytics and AI use cases.

Last year, Databricks announced Brickbuilder Solutions for Migrations to help organizations address migration-specific business requirements.* Designed by leading consulting companies and backed by their years of migration experience — and built on the Databricks Lakehouse Platform — Brickbuilder Solutions are designed to fit within any stage of a customers' journey to reduce costs and accelerate time to value.

Let's take a further look into our new Brickbuilder Solutions for migrations, developed by our partners in EMEA as well as those created by our large, global partners.

  • Migrations are often perceived as complex, risky and costly undertakings. To help you overcome these fears and create simpler, smoother migrations, EPAM has developed a Smart Migration to Databricks solution that includes a Data Cloud Migration and Cloud Data Factory frameworks. With EPAM's AI-powered Smart Migration solution, you can determine an optimal migration and modernization strategy, establish metadata-driven governance processes, and accelerate your migration efforts while ensuring data quality. With the Smart Migration solution, you can reduce migration costs and effort by 50%, while also improving governance and risk management.

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