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Io-Tahoe Announces General Availability of Machine Learning-Driven Smart Data Discovery Platform

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by Angela Guess

According to a new press release, “Io-Tahoe LLC, a pioneer in machine learning-driven smart data discovery products that span a wide range of heterogeneous technology platforms, from traditional databases and data warehouses to data lakes and other modern repositories, today announced the General Availability (GA) launch of the Io-Tahoe smart data discovery platform… The GA version includes the addition of Data Catalog, a new feature that allows data owners and data stewards to utilize a machine learning-based smart catalog to create, maintain and search business rules; define policies and provide governance workflow functionality. Io-Tahoe’s data discovery capability provides complete business rule management and enrichment. It enables a business user to govern the rules and define policies for critical data elements. It allows data-driven enterprises to enhance information about data automatically, regardless of the underlying technology and build a data catalog.”

Stewart Bond, Director Data Integration and Integrity Software Research at IDC, commented, “Today’s digital business is driving new requirements for data discovery… Now more than ever enterprises are demanding effective, and comprehensive, access to their data – regardless of where it is retained – with a clear view into more than its metadata, but its contents as well. Io-Tahoe is delivering a robust platform for data discovery to empower governance and compliance with a deeper view and understanding into data and its relationships.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

Photo credit: Io-Tahoe

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