Why Your Data Management Strategy Isn’t Working

IDERA

Despite good intentions, data management strategy and practices are coming up short in the majority of organizations. This is often due to many factors that are attributable to low data maturity and misalignment with business objectives. IDERA’s Ron Huizenga will discuss a number of misconceptions and behaviors that limit effectiveness, as well as how to overcome them. This will enable you to identify and implement the necessary changes to achieve business alignment and derive maximum value from your data management strategy and practices
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Spotlight

Experts estimate that by 2020, the universe of health data will expand to 25,000 petabytes. 50x more than existed in 2012. Gaining actionable insights requires aggregating data from disparate sources Some of this data is structured But almost 80% is unstructured Electronic health records Medical claims data Data from wearable devices, Physicians’ notes Lab and medical image data Patient reported outcomes (e.g., survey data) Big data analytics tools are helping healthcare organizations make quality of care improvements for both common and chronic conditions

OTHER ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

Applying Governance to Business Processes

dataversity

The most effective way to formally govern business processes is to apply governance to the process rather than redefine the entire process. This is one of the core tenets to Non-Invasive Data Governance and it assumes that your business processes are defined in the first place. In this month’s RWDG webinar, Bob Seiner will address how to apply formal Data Governance to existing processes and how to engage governance communities when defining new business processes. There is a distinct advantage to taking the Non-Invasive Approach to apply governance to business processes and Bob will detail this advantage during this month’s webinar.
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Get the Right Fit

waterlinedata.com

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.
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Using DataOps for Data Pipeline Engineering Quality

tdwi.org

Data pipelines facilitate information flows and data exchange for a growing number of operational scenarios, including data extraction, transformation, and loading ETL into data warehouses and data marts, data migrations, production of BI reports, and application interoperability. When data engineers develop data pipelines, they may devise a collection of tests to guide the development process, but ongoing tests are not often put in place once those pipelines are put into production.
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The Missing Link in Data Governance

infogix

Key topics discussed during the webinar: *Data in Motion pitfalls and opportunities *Validating data doesn’t equate to slowing down your process *Comparing and contrasting approaches *The missing link in data governance explained
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Spotlight

Experts estimate that by 2020, the universe of health data will expand to 25,000 petabytes. 50x more than existed in 2012. Gaining actionable insights requires aggregating data from disparate sources Some of this data is structured But almost 80% is unstructured Electronic health records Medical claims data Data from wearable devices, Physicians’ notes Lab and medical image data Patient reported outcomes (e.g., survey data) Big data analytics tools are helping healthcare organizations make quality of care improvements for both common and chronic conditions

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