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Published By: DATAVERSITY     Published Date: Nov 05, 2014
Ask any CEO if they want to better leverage their data assets to drive growth, revenues, and productivity, their answer will most likely be “yes, of course.” Ask many of them what that means or how they will do it and their answers will be as disparate as most enterprise’s data strategies. To successfully control, utilize, analyze, and store the vast amounts of data flowing through organization’s today, an enterprise-wide approach is necessary. The Chief Data Officer (CDO) is the newest member of the executive suite in many organizations worldwide. Their task is to develop and implement the strategies needed to harness the value of an enterprise’s data, while working alongside the CEO, CIO, CTO, and other executives. They are the vital “data” bridge between business and IT. This paper is sponsored by: Paxata and CA Technologies
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Published By: DATAVERSITY     Published Date: Jul 06, 2015
The growth of NoSQL data storage solutions have revolutionized the way enterprises are dealing with their data. The older, relational platforms are still being utilized by most organizations, while the implementation of varying NoSQL platforms including Key-Value, Wide Column, Document, Graph, and Hybrid data stores are increasing at faster rates than ever seen before. Such implementations are causing enterprises to revise their Data Management procedures across-the-board from governance to analytics, metadata management to software development, data modeling to regulation and compliance. The time-honored techniques for data modeling are being rewritten, reworked, and modified in a multitude of different ways, often wholly dependent on the NoSQL platform under development. The research report analyzes a 2015 DATAVERSITY® survey titled “Modeling NoSQL.” The survey examined a number of crucial issues within the NoSQL world today, with focus on data modeling in particular.
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Published By: IDERA     Published Date: Nov 07, 2017
Increasing dependence on enterprise-class applications has created a demand for centralizing organizational data using techniques such as Master Data Management (MDM). The development of a useful MDM environment is often complicated by a lack of shared organizational information and data modeling. In this paper, David Loshin explores some of the root causes that have influenced an organization’s development of a variety of data models, how that organic development has introduced potential inconsistency in structure and semantics, and how those inconsistencies complicate master data integration.
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Published By: IDERA     Published Date: Nov 07, 2017
Data modeling is all about data definition but has a much wider impact on the data of your organization. Quality data definition impacts how data is produced and directly impacts how the data is or will be used throughout an organization. That means that we must proactively govern the process of how we define data, to establish a common understanding across the team. In this whitepaper, Robert Seiner describes how data modeling is a form of data governance and provides insights on the three actions of governing data.
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Published By: AtomRain     Published Date: Nov 07, 2017
The world is more connected than ever before, and data relationships only continue to multiply. Yet enterprises still operate largely with an incomplete perspective caused by segmented, non-contextual and disconnected data silos. Connected data is the key to surviving, growing and thriving. However, a transformation across the entire enterprise won’t happen overnight, and each step must be measurable from both a business and technical perspective. Organizations need expert guidance to move more swiftly and avoid costly technical pitfalls in the new paradigm. This paper examines the journey to what we call, “The Connected Enterprise”.
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Published By: Syncsort     Published Date: Jan 04, 2018
The term Big Data doesn’t seem quite “big enough” anymore to properly describe the vast over-abundance of data available to organizations today. As the volume and variety of Big Data sources continue to grow, the level of trust in that data remains troublingly low. Read on and discover how a strong focus on data quality spanning the people, processes and technology of your organization will help keep your data lake pristine.
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Published By: R2C     Published Date: Jan 05, 2018
Consistent sharing of data across organizational boundaries is often hampered by a lack of transparency, visibility, and trust in the agreements made between parties who seek to share data assets. How does an organization with cultural barriers to sharing data assets engender trust in the process? Leveraging blockchain technology that “oraclizes” data sharing agreements may provide an answer.
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Published By: Alation     Published Date: Jan 06, 2017
90% of the time that is spent creating new reports is recreating information that already exists. Without a way to effectively share prior work and identify verified data sources, analysts and other data consumers lack shared context on how to apply data to analytic inquiries and business decision making. Time is wasted tracking down subject matter experts and trying to unearth tribal knowledge. Leading analytic organizations in retail, healthcare, financial services and technology are using data catalogs to help their analysts find, understand and use data appropriately. What are the 5 critical capabilities of a data catalog? Learn more here:
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Published By: Alation     Published Date: Jan 06, 2017
90% of the time that is spent creating new reports is recreating information that already exists. Without a way to effectively share prior work and identify verified data sources, analysts and other data consumers lack shared context on how to apply data to analytic inquiries and business decision making. Time is wasted tracking down subject matter experts and trying to unearth tribal knowledge. Leading analytic organizations in retail, healthcare, financial services and technology are using data catalogs to help their analysts find, understand and use data appropriately. What are the 5 critical capabilities of a data catalog? Learn more here:
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Published By: SAP     Published Date: May 19, 2016
SAP® solutions for enterprise information management (EIM) support the critical abilities to architect, integrate, improve, manage, associate, and archive all information. By effectively managing enterprise information, your organization can improve its business outcomes. You can better understand and retain customers, work better with suppliers, achieve compliance while controlling risk, and provide internal transparency to drive operational and strategic decisions.
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Published By: First San Francisco Partners     Published Date: Sep 03, 2014
This white paper discusses how awareness, ownership and accountability are key to activating and engaging people to adopt new data governance initiatives and the related policies and processes. It provides you with information on how your organization can ensure that the data stewards adopt the new data governance policies and processes.
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data, data management, data governance, data governance program
    
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Published By: First San Francisco Partners     Published Date: Mar 13, 2015
A Data Governance Organization and its structure should be defined to align with your company’s organizational hierarchy and resources. Finding the right people to assign to data governance requires an understanding of both the functional and the political role of governance within your organization. This paper highlights some best practices in putting the right resources behind the required roles.
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Published By: First San Francisco Partners     Published Date: Oct 29, 2015
One of the biggest challenges in a data management initiative is aligning different and sometimes competing organizations to work towards the same long-term vision. That is why a proactive approach to aligning the organization around a common goal and plan is critical when launching a data management program.
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Published By: First San Francisco Partners     Published Date: Jun 01, 2016
A Data Governance Organization and its structure should be defined to align with your company’s organizational hierarchy and resources. Finding the right people to assign to data governance requires an understanding of both the functional and the political role of governance within your organization. This paper highlights some best practices in putting the right resources behind the required roles.
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Published By: First San Francisco Partners     Published Date: Mar 03, 2017
Getting people successfully through a new enterprise information management (EIM) initiative requires a focus on the change’s impact to your organization’s data culture, processes and policies.
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Published By: Couchbase     Published Date: Dec 04, 2014
Interactive applications have changed dramatically over the last 15 years. In the late ‘90s, large web companies emerged with dramatic increases in scale on many dimensions: · The number of concurrent users skyrocketed as applications increasingly became accessible · via the web (and later on mobile devices). · The amount of data collected and processed soared as it became easier and increasingly · valuable to capture all kinds of data. · The amount of unstructured or semi-structured data exploded and its use became integral · to the value and richness of applications. Dealing with these issues was more and more difficult using relational database technology. The key reason is that relational databases are essentially architected to run a single machine and use a rigid, schema-based approach to modeling data. Google, Amazon, Facebook, and LinkedIn were among the first companies to discover the serious limitations of relational database technology for supporting these new application requirements. Commercial alternatives didn’t exist, so they invented new data management approaches themselves. Their pioneering work generated tremendous interest because a growing number of companies faced similar problems. Open source NoSQL database projects formed to leverage the work of the pioneers, and commercial companies associated with these projects soon followed. Today, the use of NoSQL technology is rising rapidly among Internet companies and the enterprise. It’s increasingly considered a viable alternative to relational databases, especially as more organizations recognize that operating at scale is more effectively achieved running on clusters of standard, commodity servers, and a schema-less data model is often a better approach for handling the variety and type of data most often captured and processed today.
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Published By: Adaptive     Published Date: May 10, 2017
Enterprise metadata management and data quality management are two important pillars of successful enterprise data management for any organization. A well implemented enterprise metadata management platform can enable a successful data quality management at the enterprise level. This paper describes in detail an approach to integrate data quality and metadata management leveraging the Adaptive Metadata Manager platform. It explains the various levels of integrations and the benefits associated with each.
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Published By: ASG     Published Date: May 08, 2017
One Chief Data Officer’s Story of Creating a Data-Centric Organization: ASG Enterprise Data Intelligence and American Fidelity Assurance
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ASG
Published By: Embarcadero     Published Date: Oct 21, 2014
Metadata defines the structure of data in files and databases, providing detailed information about entities and objects. In this white paper, Dr. Robin Bloor and Rebecca Jowiak of The Bloor Group discuss the value of metadata and the importance of organizing it well, which enables you to: - Collaborate on metadata across your organization - Manage disparate data sources and definitions - Establish an enterprise glossary of business definitions and data elements - Improve communication between teams
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data, data management, enterprise data management, enterprise information management, metadata, robin bloor, rebecca jozwiak, embarcadero
    
Embarcadero
Published By: Embarcadero     Published Date: Jan 23, 2015
There are multiple considerations for collaborating on metadata within an organization, and you need a good metadata strategy to define and manage the right processes for a successful implementation. In this white paper, David Loshin describes how to enhance enterprise knowledge sharing by using collaborative metadata for structure, content, and semantics.
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data, data management, metadata, enterprise information management, data modeling, embarcadero
    
Embarcadero
Published By: Embarcadero     Published Date: Jul 23, 2015
Whether you’re working with relational data, schema-less (NoSQL) data, or model metadata, you need a data architecture that can actively leverage information assets for business value. The most valuable data has high quality, business context, and visibility across the organization. Check out this must-read eBook for essential insights on important data architecture topics.
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Published By: MarkLogic     Published Date: Aug 04, 2014
The Age of Information and the associated growth of the World Wide Web has brought with it a new problem: how to actually make sense of all the information available. The overarching goal of the Semantic Web is to change that. Semantic Web technologies accomplish this goal by providing a universal framework to describe and link data so that it can be better understood and searched holistically, allowing both people and computers to see and discover relationships in the data. Today, organizations are leveraging the power of the Semantic Web to aggregate and link disparate data, improve search navigation, provide holistic search and discovery, dynamically publish content, and complete ETL processes faster. Read this white paper to gain insight into why Semantics is important, understand how Semantics works, and see examples of Semantics in practice.
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data, data management, whitepaper, marklogic, semantic, semantic technology, nosql, database
    
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Published By: CA Technologies     Published Date: Feb 25, 2016
As combinations of both internal and externally-imposed business policies imply dependencies on managed data artifacts, organizations are increasingly instituting data governance programs to implement processes for ensuring compliance with business expectations. One fundamental aspect of data governance involves practical application of business rules to data assets based on data elements and their assigned values. Yet despite the intent of harmonizing data element definitions and resolution of data semantics and valid reference values, most organizations rarely have complete visibility into the metadata associated with enterprise data assets.
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Published By: MapR Technologies     Published Date: Mar 29, 2016
Add Big Data Technologies to Get More Value from Your Stack Taking advantage of big data starts with understanding how to optimize and augment your existing infrastructure. Relational databases have endured for a reason – they fit well with the types of data that organizations use to run their business. These types of data in business applications such as ERP, CRM, EPM, etc., are not fundamentally changing, which suggests that relational databases will continue to play a foundational role in enterprise architectures for the foreseeable future. One area where emerging technologies can complement relational database technologies is big data. With the rapidly growing volumes of data, along with the many new sources of data, organizations look for ways to relieve pressure from their existing systems. That’s where Hadoop and NoSQL come in.
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Published By: Semantic Arts     Published Date: Aug 01, 2013
This White Paper explains how Semantic Technology can help organizations leverage their legacy investments into new solutions through the use of a Semantic Layer so they can improve IT productivity by reducing complexity, thereby reducing total cost of ownership.
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