Post-Conference Workshops - 21 May 2015

08:30-09:00   Registration
09:00-16:30 Full Day
Workshop
Getting to the Next Maturity Level with Information Governance: Delivering Accuracy and Trust
Jan Henderyckx, Inpuls
09:00-16:30 Full Day
Workshop
Understanding & Optimising MDM Deployment Architectures
DV Singh, AN Info Systems GmbH
09:00-16:30 Full Day
Workshop
Data Protection through the Information Quality & Data Governance Lens
Daragh O Brien, Castlebridge Associates
10:30-10:45 Tea/Coffee Break, 12:15-13:15 Lunch, 14:45-15:00 Tea/Coffee Break

09:00-16:30 - Full Day Workshop
Getting to the Next Maturity Level with Information Governance: Delivering Accuracy and Trust

Jan Henderyckx Jan Henderyckx
Inpuls

We have evolved from the age of automation to the information age. Proper information management and insights have become a linchpin that act as a catalyst for the execution of your business strategies. Information can be supporting or defining your business model. Having the data in your organisation is not enough as the true value comes from your ability to turn the data into operational information and insights that allow you to create business value and make strategic and tactical decisions. Aligning your information requirements with strategic business objectives is critical.

  • Linking your business strategy to information flows
    • Architecting the business semantics
  • Information Enablement, establishing the information capabilities
    • Capabilities required to support your information strategy:
      • Persistency: Column Based Storage, Appliances, In-memory Computing, NOSQL, Hadoop, ..
      • Positioning the information management patterns; virtualisation, Extract-Transform-Load, Enterprise Application Integration, Web services, Enterprise Service Bus, Change Data Capture, …
      • Managing the information life cycle: ILM platforms
  • Managing Accuracy and Trust
    • Delivering quality and security
  • Getting the business buy-in

09:00-16:30 - Full Day Workshop
Understanding & Optimising MDM Deployment Architectures

DV Singh DV Singh
AN Info Systems GmbH

Getting the initial MDM deployment architecture “right” is both critical *and* a major challenge for most enterprises.  This is further compounded by the churn in MDM solution platforms as they themselves evolve in tandem themselves with the never-ending fundamental flux in IT (e.g., Cloud, Social, Mobile, Real-Time, Internet of Things, etc.).  This session will provide insights into various architectural options across multiple MDM solution brands such that the attendee will better understand the options available along with the effort required to get there.  Along with multi-domain operational MDM, omni-channel PIM, Cloud MDM, and virtual/registry MDM considerations, this tutorial will provide insight and best practices from proven implementations.  In this session, one of the pioneers in the architecture and deployment of very large-scale MDM solutions will share best practices, case studies and technology considerations by discussing these topics and more:

  • Solving subject area diversity through a singular Data Quality platform
  • Leveraging Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) via “plug & play” design to support “master data as a service”, real-time Integration, & (even) SOX-compliant Big Data
  • Applying a generic methodology for MDM UI & DQ Web Services to overcome limitations of MDM product performance for complex multi-level checks

09:00-16:30 - Full Day Workshop
Data Protection through the Information Quality & Data Governance Lens

Daragh O Brien Daragh O Brien
Castlebridge Associates

The Data Protection Regulation is rapidly moving to a final version. The practical implementation of compliance with the Regulation requires that organisations "break down barriers" between traditional Regulatory, Quality, and Governance silos.

Delegates will learn:

  • What the direct links are between Data Governance, Data Quality, and Data Protection
  • How effective implementation of DG/IQ practices supports proactive compliance with current and upcoming Data Protection laws
  • How to adapt Data Quality and Data Governance practices to Data Protection problems
  • Understand how Privacy By Design and Privacy Engineering are old wine in new bottles for the Data Governance professional.