World’s First DataOps Community Goes Live

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According to a recent press release, “Delphix, the company accelerating innovation through DataOps, today announced the new Delphix DataOps Community, the world’s first destination focused squarely on the topic of the emerging DataOps category. IT leaders and practitioners, including developers, DBAs, data scientists, data governance teams, and DevOps engineers now have a one-stop-shop for knowledge sharing, problem-solving, exclusive events, networking, and other information vital for building world-class DataOps practices and teams. The confluence of the recent explosion of business-critical data across multiple environments, new data privacy regulations, and the need for continuous innovation has given rise to DataOps: the alignment of people, processes, and technology to enable the rapid, automated, and secure management of data. The goal is to improve outcomes by bringing together those that need data with those that provide it, eliminating friction throughout the data lifecycle.”

Eric Schrock, Chief Technology Officer at Delphix, commented, “Enterprises are finding that the datasets they need in order to build new applications are increasingly trapped in hybrid/multi-cloud environments, subject to new data privacy/governance regulations, and growing in volume at an unprecedented pace… The movement around DataOps has grown over the past few years, but the conversation is often limited to the use of data for A.I., analytics, or machine learning. We work with hundreds of companies that are using DataOps techniques to accelerate application development, and the DataOps community is designed to broaden this conversation and bring together people and ideas that discuss all the possibilities of leveraging enterprise data to accelerate innovation.”

Read more at Globe Newswire.

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