Posts Tagged ‘Agile Data Management’

Big Data and You: DataOps

Welcome to “Big Data and You (the enterprise IT leader),” the Enterprise Content Intelligence group’s demystification of the “Big Data” . The often missing piece of the Infrastructure as code movement emerging from the DevOps space is what we think of as DataOps. Big Data technologies are uniquely poised to fill this gap because they […]

Known Process, Unknown Tech vs Unknown Process, Known Tech

An interesting take on data from “The CUBE” interviewing Anil Chakravarthy (CEO, Informatica). Until recently, technology was driven by requirements from known processes such as CRM, ERP, and HR modules. In recent years, technology such as Cloud, Big Data, and SaaS applications have been driving new business processes and identifying opportunities for improvements and new […]

Bootstrapping Data Governance – Part I

A lot has been said and written about Data Governance (DG) and the importance of having one. However it is still a mystery for many companies to create an effective DG. Based on our experience majority of the companies in their early stages of DG fall into one of these areas: Had too many false […]

Realizing Agile Data Management …

Years of work went into building the elusive single version of truth. Despite all the attempts from IT and business, Excel reporting and Access databases were impossible to eliminate. Excel is the number one BI tool in the industry and for the following good reasons : accessibility to the tool, speed and familiarity. Almost all […]