Fidelity Investments is creating a “next-generation data pipeline” to make data available throughout the enterprise and its ecosystem. The result was a set of new IT “neighborhoods”: cloud, data, cyber, and APIs. Fidelity sought to use new technologies and the scalability of the cloud to create a single data warehouse that made data independent of its users. First, Fidelity had to migrate its data into that single cloud data warehouse and create processes by which new data would feed into the data warehouse as it was created. Second, it needed to make the warehouse easy to access by everyone in the company. Third, everything had to be secure within the boundaries of Fidelity’s ethical, privacy, and contractual standards. Procedures also had to be put in place for getting newly created data into the data lake, a process that must be highly coordinated given Fidelity’s taxonomy, which includes 15 data categories at the top level and 3,000 categories at the lowest level. The team provides the sequence for seeding data into the platform and orchestrates the process, but the data owners execute the process. Getting people to use the platform, build products, and migrate their existing applications, dashboards, reporting, and so on has been another key element of Fidelity’s strategy.