Join data management guru Dave Wells for this educational webinar on the data catalogs role, and how to get the best fit for your enterprise.Managing data in the age of big data and self-service analytics is a complex job. Managing data without a data catalog is difficult and fraught with risk. Data cataloging is the new gold standard for metadata and an essential component of modern data management. Data catalogs support data curation and data stewardship with intelligent and automated tagging, profiling, and linking to business glossary. They help business analysts and data scientists to quickly find data and evaluate the fit for their specific use cases. Strategically, cataloging is at the core of data asset management with direct impact for data governance, regulatory compliance, and analytic quality and efficiency.
According to PwC, nearly 4 out of 5 CEOs believe that remote collaboration will last after the pandemic. And Gartner predicts that through 2025, 80% of organizations trying to scale digital business will fail because they don’t take a modern approach to data and analytics governance.
The evolution of sensors, smart phones, medical devices, and wearables all collecting and uploading information in real-time has led to the rapid accumulation of health-related data, or Big Data. The sheer volume, velocity, and variety of the data being collected poses challenges for harnessing and ensuring its validity to benefit both the macro, population-level health and the micro, evidence-based precision medicine. Join Dr. Eric Louie, Chief Medical Officer, and Jessica Baker, Associate, as they discuss changes in healthcare data over time and how to overcome human biases, curate meaningful data sets, and better inform actionable decisions in the healthcare setting.
Register for this on-demand webinar with the co-founder of Alation where we’ll deep dive into the Data Catalog. You’ll learn why a data catalog is essential for data-driven organizations, methods and tools to democratize your data, and how automation is crucial for consistent re-use of data.