Past, Present, & Future of Data Catalogs
The need for a DataOps focused approach
A Paradigm Shift:
Data Catalogs for DataOps
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Key trends driving modern metadata management
The need for enterprise data catalogs to provide deeper context, create end-to-end lineage, and drive automation from metadata.
Diversity, granularity, & dynamic nature of data
Open APIs and personalized experiences across development and delivery processes to enable the diverse humans of data.
Enabling a self-serve ecosystem at scale
Creating bidirectional flow of metadata, embedded collaboration, and workflows between the data and developer environments.
Insights from the Author of the Forrester Wave™ Report
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How to evaluate an EDC for the DataOps environment
Evaluation criteria used in the Forrester study and what data leaders should look for to select the right metadata platform.
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Enterprise Data Catalogs
Evolve To Support
Modern Data Platforms
Metadata management is not new, but it is one of the fastest evolving and critical components of a best-in-class and modern data platform.
Conceptual data understanding is viable for consumption use cases like analytics, governance, and business processes that data governance catalogs provide. But data engineers need detailed telemetry and logical data of the data environment to make the right trade-offs to architect and build data-driven applications. Which is why they need enterprise data catalogs for the DataOps environment to understand and activate data.
As a result of these trends, enterprise data catalog (EDC) customers should look for providers that:
- Address the diversity, granularity, and dynamic nature of data and metadata.
- Generate deep transparency of the nature and path of data flow and delivery.
- Deliver a UI/UX that reinforces modern DataOps and engineering best practices.
“They need data catalogs for the DataOps environment to understand and activate data .”
“Bi-directional services and communication with developer and collaboration tools simplify and speed up data development. ”
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