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Jun 24 DAS Webinar: Enterprise Architecture vs. Data Architecture

DATE: June 24, 2021 TIME: 2 PM Eastern / 11 AM Pacific PRICE: Free to all attendees About the Webinar Enterprise Architecture (EA) provides a visual blueprint of the organization, and shows key interrelationships between data, process, applications, and more. By abstracting these assets in a graphical view, it’s possible…

Jun 29 Webinar: Data Ops - The Foundation for Your Agile Data Architecture

DATE: June 29, 2021 TIME: 2 PM Eastern / 11 AM Pacific PRICE: Free to all attendees This Webinar is Sponsored by: About the Webinar Achieving agility in data and analytics is hard. It’s no secret that most data organizations struggle to deliver the on-demand data products that their business…

Latest Blogs by Industry Experts

Four Reasons SaaS Analytics Is Exploding

Click to learn more about author Josh Good. Shifting to the cloud helped countless businesses keep the lights on in 2020, as widespread disruption gave them the means and motive to fully embrace Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) across their business. Cloud services are now serving as the foundation for how enterprises adopt products and services, including analytics solutions. For those watching the market, it is clear that Gartner is right that public cloud services…

The Third Pillar of Trusted AI: Ethics

Click to learn more about author Scott Reed. Building an accurate, fast, and performant model founded upon strong Data Quality standards is no easy task. Taking the model into production with governance workflows and monitoring for sustainability is even more challenging. Finally, ensuring the model is explainable, transparent, and fair based on your organization’s ethics and values is the most difficult aspect of trusted AI. We have identified three pillars…

How to Plan a Threat Hunt: Using Log Analytics to Manage Data in Depth

Click to learn more about author Thomas Hazel. Security analysts have long been challenged to keep up with growing volumes of increasingly sophisticated cyberattacks, but their struggles have recently grown more acute. Only 46% of security operations leaders are satisfied with their team’s ability to detect threats, and 82% of decision-makers report that their responses to threats are mostly or completely reactive – a shortcoming they’d like to overcome. The reactive approach…

Could the Data Mesh Solve Your Data Lake Scaling Issues?

Click to learn more about author Mathias Golombek. Is data mesh architecture the right approach for your organization and its data democratization journey? In my recent blog series, I delved into one of 2021’s hottest data topics – data democratization – exploring how it can fit into a business’ overarching data strategy along with some practical advice on how to implement data democratization in your own organization.  For today’s follow-up, I’m introducing another contemporary data concept: the data mesh. I’ll explore the link between…

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The Future of Data Literacy

There was a time when only the elite, tech-savvy staff in an organization understood and felt qualified to discuss data-enabled business decisions. These individuals often possessed advanced academic degrees in…

Implementing a Cloud Data Strategy

At a time when most major companies are showing a long-range commitment to “data-driven culture,” data is considered the most prized asset. An Enterprise Data Strategy, along with aligned technology…

Data Architecture: One Size Does Not Fit All

There has never been a time when more options were available to stand up a process-driven and/or platform-driven Data Architecture. In recent years, some companies find themselves with an embarrassment…

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What Is Augmented Analytics?

Augmented analytics combines sophisticated machine learning (ML) and natural language processing (NLP) to enable…

What Is Analytics?

Analytics, is described as: “[An] encompassing and multidimensional field that uses mathematics, statistics, predictive…

What Is Descriptive Analytics?

Descriptive analytics, or business intelligence, uses historical information to answer the question “What Happened?” Think of…

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