Thursday, April 2, 2015
08:30 AM - 09:15 AM
The exponential growth of Big Data and Analytics has outpaced the ability of organizations to govern their data appropriately. The ability to reuse the work done by data scientists work is becoming an economic necessity. The mix of data sources is changing from tradition transactional and ERP systems to include a mix of structured, semi-structured and unstructured data. Data Governance needs to adapt to these changes.
This session discusses these data changes and proposes how to adapt current data governance processes. These include how the concept of a stakeholder has changed and the need for expansion of communications and content management. We look at need to consolidate data from disparate systems and how it governed. Lastly we will investigate how context is emerging as an important factor in governance and how it can be leveraged to provide for accurate, reliable data reuse.
The session will focus on:
- Why big data changes the governance game?
- Principles what stays the same, what changes?
- Developing governance structures that capture metadata and stimulates reuse
- Principles our governance in the world of the data virtualization
- Adapting and transforming your governance organization to take on new challenges
Wayne is Avalon's Vice President of Analytics & Data Science. He is responsible for delivery of Avalon's Analytics Services and developed the company's Analytics Framework™. He has more than 30 years experience in data analytics and enterprise consulting. Prior to joining Avalon, Applebaum was a Principal Business Architect at SAP responsible for designing and leading the implementation of analytic solutions -- a role he also performed at Oracle before joining SAP. Prior to Oracle, Applebaum was Director of Business Development for Business Objects where he managed the global growth of the company's Extranet product line. Applebaum spent 17 years at EDS (now HP Enterprise Services) in a variety of roles including Director of Quality Measurement and Practice Director for Employee Disability Services. Applebaum holds an MA and Ph.D. in Statistics from the University of Pittsburgh; he earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from The City College of New York.