Press Release: Agenda Announced and Registration Open for the 2021 Data Architecture Online Event

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May 18, 2021 — DATAVERSITY Education LLC announced the agenda and opened registration today for the third annual Data Architecture Online (DAO). This free online event will be held at on July 14, 2021, from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Pacific Time. 

One of several online events hosted by DATAVERSITY, DAO is designed to teach data architects, modelers, database administrators, and IT managers about the latest strategies in building, utilizing, and managing modern Data Architectures. Attendees can choose from six presentations on a wide range of topics – from trends in Data Architecture to Data Modeling disciplines to knowledge graphs – each followed by a 10-minute Q&A period. Presenters will include Donna Burbank, Chris Bradley, Robert S. Seiner, Anthony J. Algmin, Uzma Khan, Elisa Kendall, and Dean T Allemang. John Ladley and Laura Sebastian-Coleman will present the keynote session, “Taking the Lead on Data – The Importance of Data Leadership and Words.”

All registered participants will receive free access to the live sessions and on-demand recordings, presentation slides, and any additional materials provided by the speakers following the event. To explore the agenda, please visit

Members of the press should contact us at for details about the event or to coordinate interviews with our speakers.

For questions about sponsoring the event, please contact Warwick Davies at


DATAVERSITY is a producer of educational resources for business and information technology professionals on the uses and management of data. Our team strives to provide high-quality content to the worldwide community of practitioners, experts, and developers who participate and benefit from our face-to-face hosted conferences, free online conferences, live webinars, white papers, online training, daily news, articles and blog posts, and much more. For more information, please visit or email


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