The Journey to Mature Cloud Data Governance: Catalog, Quality, and Monetization
Webinar Speaker: James Kobielus, Senior Research Director, Data Management
Date: Thursday, May 5, 2022
Time: 9:00 a.m. PT, 12:00 p.m. ET
Holistic data governance is a necessary step on the journey to mature cloud data management. Strong data governance practices ensure that data assets can be accurate, consistent, and compliant to make them trustworthy and actionable for all intended business uses.
Under the modern data governance journey, organizations must revisit their data management procedures regularly in order to ensure that they are extracting maximum value from this precious asset by democratizing data with trust for every stakeholder.
At the same time, mature governance practices can help organizations improve operational efficiencies when protecting privacy, reduce biases, safeguard the confidentiality of business-critical information, and enforce stringent data controls in response to new mandates.
Join TDWI’s senior research director James Kobielus on this webinar to explore the business imperatives and emerging best practices in data governance. Important practices that he will examine include:
- Using cloud data cataloging to accelerate and scale sensitive data discovery across widespread sources through automated curation and linking data lineage to classify and inventory critical data that enables operational efficiencies and intelligent data-driven decision-making, such as compliance and value creation
- Using AI-enriched data quality management tools to automate profiling, cleansing, and stewardship of this precious business asset
- Tapping into cloud data marketplaces, exchanges, and other democratized data sharing environments to enable data consumers to browse, sample, use, and share ready-to-use data sets and models, as well as to monetize one’s own data through licensing and other agreements
Vice President, Product Marketing
Dharma Kuthanur leads product marketing for Informatica’s Data Governance & Privacy business, driving product marketing and GTM strategies for a portfolio that includes Data Governance, Catalog, Quality, Privacy and Marketplace. Prior to Informatica, Dharma has held senior leadership roles across Product Management and Marketing at large companies like Cisco as well as fast-growing start-ups. Dharma is based in the Bay Area and works out of Informatica’s corporate headquarters at Redwood City, California.
Director of Solutions and Product Management
Rajeev is the Director of Solutions and Product Management at Informatica with a focus on the AWS Partner Ecosystem. Prior to Informatica, he worked at Amazon Web Services (AWS) as a Strategic/Enterprise Solutions Architect.