What Works Series: Guiding Principles for a Modern Data Analytics Architecture
Today’s cloud environments enable organizations to create a modern data architecture for analytics, one that gives an organization the ability to provide data to everyone that needs it, when they need it, and in the form they need it.
In this session, Carlos Bossy will cover the data architect’s journey to achieving this goal. We will review the guiding principles for a modern data architecture, together with methods and concepts for their implementation. The result is an architecture that enhances the capabilities of data-driven organizations.
You Will Learn:
- Zone-based data processing
- The role of dataops and testing to data quality
- How to govern a modern data architecture
- How to build a data architecture iteratively
Host and Moderator: Wayne Eckerson, President and Lead Consultant, Eckerson Group
Consultant: Carlos Bossy, Senior Consultant
About the What Works Series:
The What Works Series provides data and analytics leaders practical advice about how to succeed in key areas: data strategy, data architecture, data governance, data literacy, self-service analytics, and emerging technology approaches. These interactive sessions are delivered by Eckerson Group consultants who collectively have 200+ years of data & analytics experience. The sessions are unsponsored, enabling our experts to offer the unvarnished truth about trends, tools, and technology unfiltered by software vendors.