Meetup: Agile Mastering - A New Approach to MDM

Date: Tuesday, January 30, 2018
Time: 6:00pm - 8:30pm EST
Location: 1800 Tysons Boulevard, Suite 400, McLean, VA 22102


Overview

Join our meetup and Q&A on Agile Mastering: A New Approach to MDM where Sara Mazer, Principal Solutions Consultant will explain how a new approach to MDM can increase your effectiveness and also explore:

  • The critical components of Agile Mastering
  • Real world examples of integrating data from multiple sources
  • How an Operational Data Hub (ODH) architecture enables Agile Mastering in delivering incremental results much sooner than traditional MDM
  • How using a simplified architecture can use a single, integrated data platform to bring together search, application services, security and more all in one QA’d platform
  • Security that supports operational apps, data access control and data governance
  • Advanced security features such as database encryption, external key management, element-level security and redaction
  • Why unlimited metadata makes it easy to query and audit data

Register today to learn more about how you can take steps to be more effective with MDM in your organization. Take the time to join us and evaluate how a simple shift to a new approach can help you improve MDM and show results sooner.


Agenda

6:00pm - 6:30pm Arrivals, Networking, Food & Drink
6:30pm - 7:30pm Agile Mastering: A New Approach to MDM Presentation
7:30pm - 8:30pm Q&A and Networking

Speaker

Sara Mazer
Principal Solutions Consultant

Ms. Mazer is a Federal Enterprise Architect and Principal Solutions Consultant at MarkLogic with a focus on state and local government agencies. She has presented at numerous government and industry conferences around data modeling, data security, business intelligence and semantics. She was a key contributor to the Semantics for Dummies publication., started two sole-proprietorship companies and is currently also the Director of Technical Solutions for an enterprise tasking startup, An Action Plan. She has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan in Computer Engineering and a background in both hardware and software design. She was granted a patent as the co-inventor of solid-state hard drive algorithms from her work at Intel Corporation.

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