“Automate, Accelerate, and Innovate: Enhancing Data Product Development with Data Mesh and Data Fabric,” co-hosted by renowned data management expert Mike Ferguson brought to you by WhereScape Data Automation. This session will delve into the power of the Data Mesh and Data Fabric paradigms and their potential to revolutionize your data product development process.
In a rapidly evolving digital landscape, mastering the art of leveraging data efficiently and effectively is a top priority. This webinar focuses on two influential architectural concepts – Data Mesh and Data Fabric – and their roles in modern data product development. With these innovative approaches, organizations can automate data workflows, accelerate data product delivery, and foster a culture of continuous innovation.
In this engaging session, we’ll discuss the principles of Data Mesh and Data Fabric and how they support distributed data ownership and seamless data integration. It will demonstrate how these paradigms promote agility, flexibility, and resilience in data product development, driving more informed decision-making and better business outcomes.
- Gain a deep understanding of Data Mesh and Data Fabric and their transformative roles in data product development.
- Discover how these architectures facilitate automation, acceleration, and innovation in data operations.
- Witness a detailed demonstration of how these paradigms can be implemented to create a robust, scalable, and efficient data product pipeline.
- Receive actionable insights on how to leverage these concepts in your organization for enhanced data product development.
Who Should Attend:
This webinar is a must-attend for Business Intelligence & data professionals, CDOs, CTOs, and other IT leaders. It’s also an excellent learning opportunity for AI experts and enthusiasts interested in exploring cutting-edge architectural concepts in data management. Expect a wealth of knowledge, hands-on demonstrations, and applicable insights that can be directly employed in your professional roles.