In today’s data-never-sleeps reality, technology is changing at a fast clip and it can be challenging to keep pace with the latest innovations in data architecture, while navigating the needs of business and technology.
As many organizations make the journey toward digital business transformation, having a robust data architecture is essential for leveraging new capabilities in big data, IoT, data modeling, augmented analytics and the cloud, among many others.
Whether you’re looking to build or buy your new architecture, DATAVERSITY’s second annual Data Architecture Summit (DAS) is a great way to learn about the critical elements of a modern data architecture and how you can implement these for your organization.
The DAS will be held in Chicago October 8–11, with leading industry experts in the field of data architecture, data governance and data quality providing in-depth tutorials, roundtables and conference sessions to help you build skills and knowledge in data strategy, metadata management and analytics.
First San Francisco Partners is proud to be among the speakers for this event. If you’re planning to attend, please join Kelle O’Neal and Gretchen Burnham for their tutorial on Metrics for Data Architecture Effectiveness. In this tutorial, attendees will learn about how to measure a data architecture practice through the scope of effectiveness, value and efficiency.
Our own Valerie Torstenson will also lead a tutorial on Aligning Data Architecture and Data Governance, with a pragmatic approach for how and why data architecture can benefit from the business oversight and stakeholder influences of an effective data governance program. Check out the full program for other tracks and topics.
Sign up now and use our coupon code FSFP10 to save 10% on registration. Hope to see you in Chicago!
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