DATE: July 29, 2020
TIME: 11 AM – 3 PM Eastern / 8 AM – 12 PM Pacific
PRICE: Free to all attendees
Welcome to DATAVERSITY’s newest education opportunity, Demo Day, an online exhibit hall. We’ve had many requests from our data-driven community for a vendor-driven online event that gives you an opportunity to learn more about the available tools and services directly from the vendors that could contribute to your Data Governance program success.
Register to attend one or all of the sessions or to receive the follow-up email with links to the slides and recordings.
Session 1: Unlocking Sensitive Data for Analytics and Science with Automated Data Governance
In the personal data era, data engineers are under immense pressure to enforce the legal and ethical use of data. Upstream, compliance teams demand that data engineers are well versed in regulation. Downstream, data scientists and business analysts need data engineers to put proper controls in place. These expectations can be daunting – but don’t have to be.
Join Immuta’s session during Data Governance Demo Day to learn how you can help your teams strike the balance between data privacy and utility with automated Data Governance. During this session, you’ll learn more about a demo and see how to:
- Define and enforce fine-grained access controls on sensitive data
- Enable secure collaboration and data availability using automated tagging and data cataloging
- Automate global privacy enforcement across your hybrid data ecosystem
- Perform compliant data analytics in Databricks using anonymization and de-identification techniques
Director, Global Solution Architecture
Matt Vogt is the Director, Global Solutions Architecture for Immuta, bringing over 15 years’ experience in architecture and engineering in large scale enterprise data center infrastructure. Matt came to Immuta from Hewlett Packard Enterprise, where he was a Chief Technologist working with enterprises on their hybrid cloud initiatives.
Session 2: Think Bigger About Data Governance and Achieve Broader Benefits
Data Governance is certainly critical to risk management and regulatory compliance, but a singular focus can pigeonhole Data Governance initiatives and leave other important benefits on the table. By thinking more broadly about Data Governance programs, organizations can ensure their data serves the needs of both data keepers (IT) and data users (business units and C-suite). In this session, you’ll see the erwin Data Intelligence Suite in action, including its data catalog, data literacy, and automation capabilities to move beyond “just” a compliance mindset to:
- Make better decisions
- Increase operational efficiency
- Ensure accurate analytics
- Improve data quality, understanding, and use
- Drive innovation
- Increase customer satisfaction/trust
- Generate more revenue
Vice President of Solution Strategy, erwin
Sam is responsible for aligning customer needs with the enterprise modeling and data intelligence capabilities of the erwin EDGE platform, including creating or enhancing comprehensive and sustainable Data Governance programs.
With an MBA, technology management degree, and more than 25 years of technology experience, he knows how to implement Enterprise Data Management, Data Governance, and system development lifecycle improvements to make clients’ strategies successful realities.
Sam’s broad industry expertise includes working with global telecommunications, health care, and manufacturing companies to uncover and track their data, understand it within the correct contexts, and maximize its quality, security, and value.
Session 3: We’re All in This Together – Collaborative Data Governance
Now more than ever, being truly collaborative is a necessity. Semarchy xDM was designed with IT and business collaboration in mind. Hence, the solution empowers users to curate their own data, but with overarching Data Governance controls, turning data consumers into data producers – or as we like to call them, data champions!
In this demo, Semarchy will showcase how those data champions and IT collaborate to not only define policies with accountability and responsibility, but also enforce those business rules within one single platform, the Semarchy Intelligent Data Hub™.
Join us to see how flexible policies that change as the system grows are replacing dictatorial programs set up by one governance board. With its powerful technology and intuitive interface, xDM allows and empowers users to keep pace with the dynamic nature of business today.
TH Herbert oversees sales and operations for Semarchy Worldwide. He has an extensive history and experience in enterprise software technologies across sales, services, technical, and executive management.
Prior to joining Semarchy, TH held various executive and sales leadership positions at international technology organizations. He was senior vice president of sales for AST Corporation, a large system integration firm, as well as head of operations in Australia, APAC, and Europe. TH also previously worked as the CIO of Profitline, a telecom services company in San Diego, as well as several startups, and he spent over seven years at Siebel and Oracle prior to that.
Session 4: Enabling Data Governance with Limited Resources – AI and Automation in the Ataccama ONE Platform
Organizations focused on improving Data Management and Data Governance are juggling multiple challenges at once, including:
- Establishing a highly effective Data Governance strategy
- Finding experienced people capable of executing it
- Getting stakeholders and users on board
- Communicating the benefits each phase will bring
- Acting quickly and with limited resources, pushing the organization to adapt to a rapidly changing environment and circumstances
Luckily, there is a way through these challenges. Join our live demo to see firsthand how a platform with automated metadata capture, embedded Data Governance best practices, and advanced AI provides the means to accelerate Data Governance – and do more with the people and resources you already have, automate manual work, and increase transparency.
Product Manager, Ataccama
As a product manager, David leads the process of roadmapping and defining what will be developed in Ataccama ONE, a self-driving Data Management and Data Governance platform. He is closely involved in the strategic planning of the long-term vision for the platform. While responsible for communicating plans internally to developers and designers, he has also adopted a wider, customer-facing role, consulting with clients and prospects on use cases and delivering product demos. David first joined Ataccama as Head of Product Design, a role in which he advocated for design-driven development and built an in-house UX/UI team.