Wednesday, April 5, 2017
10:45 AM - 11:30 AM
Recent research is showing an increasing acceleration of deployment of Big Data solutions. As these solutions move into production, leading organizations are thinking creatively and adapting policies and practices to manage an integrated environment.
It’s become clear that just as Big Data is not a linear advance on conventional “little” data, so the new strategies and practices are not a simple extension of current approaches into new territory. Not everything being done now will scale!
This session will share “Best Practice” strategies we have seen as Data Management groups recognize that the same regulatory constraints and pressures for agile response to new business opportunities apply to “Big” and “little” data.
We will cover:
- The different use cases for conventional and Big Data
- What is the same about Big Data in production and what’s different
- The implications for Data Management strategy and practice
- The implications for Data Governance strategies and practice
- Example approaches that we have seen in recent customer engagements
- A view into the future, looking at how change will continue to reshape Data Management
As Vice President of Product Marketing, Ian Rowlands is responsible for the communication of ASG's metadata-management based solutions. He manages and participates in product launch and delivery plans and creation and management of partner relationships. He was previously VP of Metadata Development and VP for Product Management. Before ASG, Rowlands was Director of Indirect Channels for Viasoft, a leading EAM vendor (acquired by ASG), owning relationships with partners outside North America.
Rowlands has worked extensively in metadata management, IT systems and financial management, and presented at conferences worldwide, including DAMA and CMG.
Rowlands has many years of experience in applications design and development, has managed ADABAS, IDMS, and DB2 databases and designed systems to run on a variety of hardware and operating systems. Originally from the U.K., Rowlands is a Chartered IT Professional and standing member of the British Computer Society.