A first of its kind community conference on modern data governance, joined by leading data teams.
Join pioneering data teams like Nasdaq, Fox, and HelloFresh as they share
real-life, innovative playbooks for modern data governance
Masterclass with Nasdaq
Building a Business Case for Modern
"It was only about 18 months ago that we decided to take a step back and re-evaluate our tech stack,” Michael Weiss from Nasdaq explains. In that time, Michael’s team at Nasdaq has invested heavily in the modern data stack: Atlan, AWS, dbt, and Monte Carlo.
But for a highly regulated entity of Nasdaq’s scale, getting buy-in and cultural shifts to adopt new technology wasn’t easy. So Michael used every tool in his arsenal to build his business case — from surveying data users to quantifying the business value of modern governance.
To get key stakeholders to buy into everything, it was critical we had a plan in place… to reduce friction between data producers and consumers. Without this, the rest of our model would be dead-on-arrival.
Senior Product Manager, Nasdaq
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building a business case
Panel with Autodesk, Elastic, Fox, and SMG Swiss Marketplace Group
Implementing a Modern Data
Data mesh or fabric? Data products or assets? Decentralized or centralized? These questions have consumed every data leader’s mind in 2023 — and still remain unanswered.
Not anymore. In this session, you’ll hear from a panel of visionary data leaders who are ushering in the modern data governance era, and the groundbreaking stories of how they’re doing it.
Meet the panel
- Mark Kidwell joins us to discuss how Autodesk’s data mesh gives 60 domain teams the ability to create, curate, and consume well-defined data products
- Takashi Ueki sheds light on Elastic’s progress towards better ownership through formalized data contracts
- Mihir Modi brings us Fox’s vision of monetizing its data products, using Atlan’s data governance platform as its hub for data democratization
- Amy Raygada shows us how data mesh enables SMG Swiss Marketplace Group to manage data for 4 decentralized businesses in one home.
Hear from visionary leaders who are shaping the future of governance
Masterclass with Fox and Atlan
Navigating a Data Catalog
Evaluation in 2023
The landscape of data catalogs has transformed in the last few years. As more businesses move from legacy architectures to the modern data stack, there’s a need for new ways of governing data in the 3.0 era — with automation, AI, and collaboration.
Join Mihir Modi from FOX along with Steven Hloros from Atlan as they uncover everything you need to know before getting started on your evaluation journey:
- What features should I be looking for when evaluating a data catalog?
- How should I compare different styles of catalogs against one another?
- Outside of features, what selection criteria ultimately will help make the decision?
Get access to our evaluation framework, with learnings
from 200+ data catalog evaluations
Panel with DigiKey, HelloFresh, and Porto
Moving from a Legacy Data
Catalog to a Modern Active
HelloFresh, the largest meal-kit provider in the US, Digi-Key, the fifth largest electronics distributor in the world, and Porto, one of Brazil’s largest insurance companies, are companies well-versed with data governance.
But as the data teams shifted to new paradigms like data products and domains, they needed a different approach to metadata management — active metadata platforms.
In this session, you’ll hear from Natalie Hallak (HelloFresh), Joseph Stritesky (DigiKey), and Danrlei Alves (Porto) about their migration story from legacy catalogs to active metadata platforms.
The session will address key questions
- How do I know if my data catalog is “not working” as expected?
- What are the benefits of an active metadata platform vs. a legacy data catalog?
- What does it take to migrate to a modern data catalog?
Senior Data Governance
Director of Global Data Management, HelloFresh
Senior Data Governance Analyst,
Learn how leading data teams are breathing new life into governance with active metadata