In this presentation we will explore the benefits of top-down modeling approaches and emphasize the value of top-down modeling in data warehousing and highlight the importance of ontologies. We will discuss “why” top-down models should be considered, “how” to develop these models and apply it to your data warehousing initiatives.
Across all industries, firms are embracing cloud technologies to advance their digital transformation and business strategies. Yet there is a gap in understanding and applying the optimal data management capabilities required for successfully migrating and managing sensitive data in the cloud, and leveraging the cloud for data enablement to drive business value across the enterprise.
To address this issue, the EDM Council formed the Cloud Data Management Capabilities (“CDMC”) working group. The CDMC working group was managed by the EDM Council and co-chaired by Morgan Stanley and LSEG, with participation from the world’s top Cloud Service Providers (CSPs) AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, IBM and 100+ leading cross-industry firms. CDMC v1.1 was released September 2021 and is now available to all companies and establishes a data risk governance and control framework for cloud, multi and hybrid cloud environments.
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Considerable time and effort are devoted to developing and executing a data governance strategy.
However, effective, and sustained communication is an often-overlooked critical factor. To formalize and foster a data-driven program and culture, organizations must remember to communicate clearly and often to drive buy-in and promote a two-way governance dialogue.
Karen is a senior project manager and architect with an extensive background in development processes and information management. She specializes in taking practical approaches to systems development. She has 20+ years of public speaking (keynotes, speeches, and demonstrations). She wants attendees to have fun, gain insights and take away inspiration for working with new technologies and methods.
Dashboards are common, but communicating a message without the aid of in-person speaking remains a challenge and barrier to effectiveness. In this session, we’ll discuss methods to create a dashboard using visual aids (color, negative space, data labels, focal points, etc.) to convey a clear message without speaking.