As an architect it's my job to talk and write a lot of bollocks. One must constantly be on the forefront of buzzword lore to maintain ones architectural standing and feeling of general superiority over lesser IT peons.
However, in this obviously correct and proper feudal type system, what sometimes gets lost or confused is the practicality of implementation and shared understanding. The same architectural buzzwords can be interpreted in so many ways so it becomes difficult for people implementing to realise the actual benefit. This means uninspired doers either take no notice or go off on a tangent which looses any architectural benefit intended.
This is why I'm not a fan of ivory tower architects and IT leaders who shoot Google arrows and Gartner bolts from the parapet, and I prefer to wield a bloody big sword in the melee of IT implementation. This blog is about a quick PoC I had a bash at for a pipeline which streams from a simulated on-prem source to a data lake-house.