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Fast Track Your Data-Live Q&A
Live Q&A with subject matter experts - Machine Learning, getting ready for GDPR, data science...
   4 years ago
#IBMMLFast Track Your DataDiscussing competitive advantages created with machine learning, data governance and data science.
Nancy Hensley
Let's face it, #governance projects are complicated and difficult to get started, that's why we have created this new test drive, in less than 10 minutes you can see what a data catalog can do for your company - how cool is that?
Srinivas Varanasi
How frequently you update this catalogue in data lake?
Srinivas Varanasi
As one of the key definition 's the variety of the data on BIG data keeps changing too.
Jo Ramos
IBM Unified Governance enables organizations to build a master catalog that includes all the data (structured and unstructured).
Jo Ramos
Each users in the enterprise can easily find data, understand what is the quality of that data, engage with other users to collaborate on data and analytics projects, share insights about data.
Jo Ramos
. It also enables data governance officers to ensure that data is managed and complies with corporate and regulatory mandates.
Jo Ramos
The catalog needs to be updated as you ingesting new data in the Data Lake. Ideally you want to do it data ingestion time. At the same time you ingesting, you want to profile, understand data quality, classify the data and publish to catalog.
Jo Ramos
Self-services users (data scientists, business analyst ) also augment the data lake catalog. As they prepare and create new data assets, that should be published to the catalog so that other users can find and leverage the new data.
Ron Reuben
To add to this - once data is landed in the lake and the metadata is extracted and cataloged, keeping the catalog updated is a 'it depends' answer. Depends on characteristics of data lake usage, how frequently data is changing and so on...
John Furrier
Automation is key to scaling data
John Furrier
#ibmML @dvellante wrapping up IBM event in Munich Germany. I wish that I could have been there.
John Furrier
Data governance in europe is very hot due to regulations with real penalties. This is the Y2K of this generation
John Furrier
Y2K was potential impact GDPR is real cash violations involved not some doomsday situation
John Furrier
IBM not rolling out the deep learning stuff out yet
John Furrier
IBM #ML replay available at ibmgo.com
John Furrier
Great to see Jim K and Dave laying it down
Dave Vellante
Financial news reporting, celebrity gossip, investment portfolio mgt, real estate mgt - all ripe for automation w/ success stories according to @hmason
Nancy Hensley
and all that unstructured data of course, the stuff we just aren't using
Charlie Kwon
Metadata is as important as the data itself ... couldn't agree with you more, Henrik!
Nancy Hensley
there is collecting #data and then there is actually understanding your data right???
Nancy Hensley
Download & go will change how our clients experience these solutions, this is what I am working on with my team and we are so excited !
Dave Vellante
didn't IBM already have a Db2 community edition?
Dave Vellante
what's new and different here?
Ewan Auguste
where and when can clients get their hands on Db2 download & go
Nancy Hensley
@dvellante we build a version just for Developers with all the awesome things they need to build in an easy and fast digital product
Nancy Hensley
@dvellante the NEW Developer Community version is a full featured version which runs on a Mac is FREE for developers
Srinivas Varanasi
Really fascinating
jameskobielus
That first car driven in Detroit was in 1896. Driven by Charles Brady King. Driven down Woodward Avenue, which remains Detroit's main thoroughfare.
Nigel Jones
worlds first was from Benz in 1886 though ? :-)
Dave Vellante
IMO Apple didn't announce a cell phone...it was a smart phone - the NYT was correct I'd say...
Nancy Hensley
it was a new experience using a phone :)
Nancy Hensley
just like we are announcing new experiences using our #datascience and #datamanagement solutions
Nigel Jones
and it wasn't even new - smartphones existed before - ok there was IBM Simon ... but also plenty of windows & symbian devices. Apples connected it with many more people by making it easy and less tech focussed.
Nancy Hensley
The opportunity and that moment of change is what makes this so exciting says @hmason #machinelearning #datascience
Nancy Hensley
@hmason takes the stage, I could not be a bigger fan of her. Has anyone seen her using data to find the best cheeseburger in NY talk? :)
Nigel Jones
nope. sounds like one worth a watch! Must hunt it later
Dave Vellante
give here the best NYC pizza challenge - that will stump any data scientist
Nancy Hensley
now that's a #bigdata challenge
jameskobielus
We're tuning into the main tent presentations at #IBMML. Join us as we discuss the machine learning, data science, unified governance, and hybrid data management news that's coming from Munich today.