Driving Digital TransformationCombining trusted data on premises and in the cloud
Thursday, December 13 at 8 a.m. PT | 11 a.m. ET
Data lakes, IoT initiatives, self-service analytics, artificial intelligence, and machine learning are all moving into the cloud. But with mounting privacy concerns and compliance requirements, even the most advanced organizations are choosing to retain certain data on premises. How can you satisfy the demand to improve self-service by moving more data to the cloud while ensuring you have quality, trusted data? It will take a governed, hybrid data lake approach.
Join Doug Henschen and Felix Van de Maele for a discussion about the key requirements for supporting data lakes that span data on premises and in the cloud. We’ll share what critical capabilities you need, why access to trusted data is key, and how the right solution can increase the business value of your data.
“Providing access to data is just the first step. Mature organizations recognize that data is only as valuable as it is trusted.”
— Doug Henschen, Constellation Research, Inc.
Doug Henschen is Vice President and Principal Analyst at Constellation Research, Inc., focusing on data-driven decision making. Henschen’s Data-to-Decisions research examines how organizations employ data analysis to reimagine their business models and gain a deeper understanding of their customers. Henschen's research acknowledges the fact that innovative applications of data analysis requires a multi-disciplinary approach starting with information and orchestration technologies, continuing through business intelligence, data visualization, and analytics, and moving into NoSQL and big-data analysis, third-party data enrichment, and decision-management technologies.
Felix has led Collibra from idea to founding to more than eight years of record growth and industry leadership. He’s responsible for the company’s global business strategy. Prior to co-founding Collibra, Felix served as a researcher at the Semantics Technology and Applications Research Laboratory (STARLab) at the Vrije Universiteit Brussels, where he focused on ontology-focused crawlers for the semantic web and semantic data integration. He holds a Master’s in Computer Science and Software Engineering from the Vrije Universiteit Brussel and a master in General Management from the Vlerick Business School. In 2017, Felix was named by DataNews as the ICT personality of the year.