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Devo 4h
How useful is a data lake? It depends. Read the article, “The delicate art of the data lake,” with comments from Colin Britton, Devo Chief Strategy Officer
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Scalable Health 3h
“MISSISSIPPIHEALTH a offers technology platform that assembles information generated across the health system, including data imported from outside sources and services. ”
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Support Partners 3h
Accruing mass amounts of ? Working out the best way to store it can be tricky - , cost and time all have to be taken into account. vs - find out the benefits of each:
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Mauro Grimoldi 10h
Discover Codex Engine - your solution to store, manage, govern & analyse complex with ultimate security & control certified
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Jussi Mäkinen 12h
. proposes a model for sustainable governance of De-identified . Very interesting.
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Denodo 14h
"Data scientists never ask for a , they ask for a simple access to data" -
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Nayan Paul 1h
and an quick start to principals with - "The 7 Pillars of Designing Well Architected Solution" @ .
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Nayan Paul 2h
Had an amazing discussion and whiteboard session in office for strategy on . Stay tuned for more details and whitepapers.
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Corlina 8h
"That's why the tools put into the lake are so important. Otherwise, it's just a blob." How to make sure your is helpful via
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Stas Kolenikov 19h
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Hans Willert 16h
5 Questions to Ask When Building a Strategy
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Mitra Innovation 13h
Tune in next week for 's to see how and work together using ! We'll be demonstrating how it can be used to extract from your .
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Collibra Oct 17
For a , bigger is not always better. explains why more data doesn’t always mean greater insight with
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James Warden Oct 9
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1) Don't fall in love with your dashboards. I've got colleagues working with 4-5 tools, each w/ a dashboard. That's a hugely cumbersome way to assess performance holistically. Let me get data out of your tools and into our so we have all the data in a single place.
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Shannon Kempe Oct 9
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Eric Kavanagh 6h
Absolutely brilliant concept by Dave Wells of The ! He's talking now in our webinar about the evolution of data warehousing in the age of tech! The simple world, and simple times of the past are now gone!
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