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Webinar: All About Graphs in Egeria

Christine Blum
 


Tuesday, Augusts 18, 11:00 am US Easter Time

Webinar: All About Graphs in Egeria

 

Time and Date: Tuesday, August 18, 2020, 11:00am US Eastern Time ODPi Egeria provides a framework for open metadata management, supporting many use cases in the governance of data in Data Lakes - as described in the Egeria Webinar on the 2nd of June "Data Lake Design with Egeria." Egeria operates across the Data Lake, without needing centralization of metadata from different tools into a central tool or repository. Metadata frequently describes relationships between things like assets, schemas, glossaries and terms, and these relationships from graphs. Egeria is distributed in nature, enabling you to see a federated view of the metadata contained in multiple tools and metadata repositories. As a result, the discrete graphs naturally federate to form a distributed graph. In this session we'll cover the Open Metadata Repository Services (OMRS) layer that enable Egeria to operate across this distributed graph.

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About the Presenter

 

Graham Wallis is a Senior Technical Staff Member at IBM Data Science and Advanced Analytics . He is currently working on open source technology for Open Metadata for Data Governance, in the Linux Foundation ODPI Egeria Project.

About ODPi Egeria

Egeria is the world’s first open source metadata standard. It provides open APIs, event formats, types and integration logic so organizations can share data management and governance across the entire enterprise without reformatting or restricting the data to a single format, platform, or vendor product.

 

Data governance and security are critical concerns for data-driven organizations. And increasing government regulations ensure that the use and management of metadata will continue to be an important focus for anyone who uses and stores important data.

 

Full details on the ODPi Egeria project page: https://www.odpi.org/projects/egeria


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Webinar: All About Graphs in Egeria

Christine Blum
 


Tuesday, Augusts 18, 11:00 am US Easter Time

Webinar: All About Graphs in Egeria

 

Time and Date: Tuesday, August 18, 2020, 11:00am US Eastern Time ODPi Egeria provides a framework for open metadata management, supporting many use cases in the governance of data in Data Lakes - as described in the Egeria Webinar on the 2nd of June "Data Lake Design with Egeria." Egeria operates across the Data Lake, without needing centralization of metadata from different tools into a central tool or repository. Metadata frequently describes relationships between things like assets, schemas, glossaries and terms, and these relationships from graphs. Egeria is distributed in nature, enabling you to see a federated view of the metadata contained in multiple tools and metadata repositories. As a result, the discrete graphs naturally federate to form a distributed graph. In this session we'll cover the Open Metadata Repository Services (OMRS) layer that enable Egeria to operate across this distributed graph.

Register Now!

About the Presenter

 

Graham Wallis is a Senior Technical Staff Member at IBM Data Science and Advanced Analytics . He is currently working on open source technology for Open Metadata for Data Governance, in the Linux Foundation ODPI Egeria Project.

About ODPi Egeria

Egeria is the world’s first open source metadata standard. It provides open APIs, event formats, types and integration logic so organizations can share data management and governance across the entire enterprise without reformatting or restricting the data to a single format, platform, or vendor product.

 

Data governance and security are critical concerns for data-driven organizations. And increasing government regulations ensure that the use and management of metadata will continue to be an important focus for anyone who uses and stores important data.

 

Full details on the ODPi Egeria project page: https://www.odpi.org/projects/egeria


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Webinar: All About Graphs in Egeria: August 18, 2020

Christine Blum
 


Tuesday, Augusts 18, 11:00 am US Easter Time

Webinar: All About Graphs in Egeria

 

Time and Date: Tuesday, August 18, 2020, 11:00am US Eastern Time ODPi Egeria provides a framework for open metadata management, supporting many use cases in the governance of data in Data Lakes - as described in the Egeria Webinar on the 2nd of June "Data Lake Design with Egeria." Egeria operates across the Data Lake, without needing centralization of metadata from different tools into a central tool or repository. Metadata frequently describes relationships between things like assets, schemas, glossaries and terms, and these relationships from graphs. Egeria is distributed in nature, enabling you to see a federated view of the metadata contained in multiple tools and metadata repositories. As a result, the discrete graphs naturally federate to form a distributed graph. In this session we'll cover the Open Metadata Repository Services (OMRS) layer that enable Egeria to operate across this distributed graph.

Register Now!

About the Presenter

 

Graham Wallis is a Senior Technical Staff Member at IBM Data Science and Advanced Analytics . He is currently working on open source technology for Open Metadata for Data Governance, in the Linux Foundation ODPI Egeria Project.

About ODPi Egeria

Egeria is the world’s first open source metadata standard. It provides open APIs, event formats, types and integration logic so organizations can share data management and governance across the entire enterprise without reformatting or restricting the data to a single format, platform, or vendor product.

 

Data governance and security are critical concerns for data-driven organizations. And increasing government regulations ensure that the use and management of metadata will continue to be an important focus for anyone who uses and stores important data.

 

Full details on the ODPi Egeria project page: https://www.odpi.org/projects/egeria


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June 2: Webinar: Data Lake Design with Egeria

Christine Blum
 



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Webinar: Data Lake Design with Egeria

Building a governed data lake.

 

Time and Date: Tuesday, June 2, 2020, 11:00am US Eastern Time


Data lakes provide a flexible environment for managing many types of data at scale. In this presentation we will cover how open metadata can increase effectiveness and protection of the data lake and avoid it running into a mighty data swamp.


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About the Presenter

Mandy Chessell CBE FREng CEng FBCS is an IBM Distinguished Engineer, Master Inventor and Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering. Mandy is a trusted advisor to executives from large organisations, working with them to develop their strategy and architecture relating to the governance, integration and management of information. She is also driving IBM’s strategic move to open metadata and governance through participation in the Egeria open source project. She also serves as the ODPi Technical Steering Committee chairperson.

About ODPi Egeria

Egeria is the world’s first open source metadata standard. It provides open APIs, event formats, types and integration logic so organizations can share data management and governance across the entire enterprise without reformatting or restricting the data to a single format, platform, or vendor product.

 

Data governance and security are critical concerns for data-driven organizations. And increasing government regulations ensure that the use and management of metadata will continue to be an important focus for anyone who uses and stores important data.

 

Full details on the ODPi Egeria project page: https://www.odpi.org/projects/egeria


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Webinar: Data Lake Design with Egeria

Christine Blum
 


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Webinar: Data Lake Design with Egeria

Building a governed data lake.

 

Time and Date: Tuesday, June 2, 2020, 11:00am US Eastern Time


Data lakes provide a flexible environment for managing many types of data at scale. In this presentation we will cover how open metadata can increase effectiveness and protection of the data lake and avoid it running into a mighty data swamp.


Register Now!
 

About the Presenter

Mandy Chessell CBE FREng CEng FBCS is an IBM Distinguished Engineer, Master Inventor and Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering. Mandy is a trusted advisor to executives from large organisations, working with them to develop their strategy and architecture relating to the governance, integration and management of information. She is also driving IBM’s strategic move to open metadata and governance through participation in the Egeria open source project. She also serves as the ODPi Technical Steering Committee chairperson.

About ODPi Egeria

Egeria is the world’s first open source metadata standard. It provides open APIs, event formats, types and integration logic so organizations can share data management and governance across the entire enterprise without reformatting or restricting the data to a single format, platform, or vendor product.

 

Data governance and security are critical concerns for data-driven organizations. And increasing government regulations ensure that the use and management of metadata will continue to be an important focus for anyone who uses and stores important data.

 

Full details on the ODPi Egeria project page: https://www.odpi.org/projects/egeria


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Webinar: Data Lake Design with Egeria

Christine Blum
 


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Webinar: Data Lake Design with Egeria

Building a governed data lake.

 

Time and Date: Tuesday, June 2, 2020, 11:00am US Eastern Time


Data lakes provide a flexible environment for managing many types of data at scale. In this presentation we will cover how open metadata can increase effectiveness and protection of the data lake and avoid it running into a mighty data swamp.


Register Now!
 

About the Presenter

Mandy Chessell CBE FREng CEng FBCS is an IBM Distinguished Engineer, Master Inventor and Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering. Mandy is a trusted advisor to executives from large organisations, working with them to develop their strategy and architecture relating to the governance, integration and management of information. She is also driving IBM’s strategic move to open metadata and governance through participation in the Egeria open source project. She also serves as the ODPi Technical Steering Committee chairperson.

About ODPi Egeria

Egeria is the world’s first open source metadata standard. It provides open APIs, event formats, types and integration logic so organizations can share data management and governance across the entire enterprise without reformatting or restricting the data to a single format, platform, or vendor product.

 

Data governance and security are critical concerns for data-driven organizations. And increasing government regulations ensure that the use and management of metadata will continue to be an important focus for anyone who uses and stores important data.

 

Full details on the ODPi Egeria project page: https://www.odpi.org/projects/egeria


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Webinar: Building a Data Catalog with Egeria

Christine Blum
 


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Webinar: Building a Data Catalog with Egeria

Time and Date: Tuesday, April 28th, 2020, 11:00am US Eastern Time

Hello ODPi members!
 
ODPi is excited to invite you to a webinar on Tuesday April 28th at 8 am PDT/11 am EDT. Please join us for the “Building a data catalog with Egeria” webinar where the Egeria team will cover the different APIs and services that support the creation and maintenance of a catalog of data assets. This catalog helps an organization find and use data effectively.
 
You must register to attend the webinar. But, if you can’t make it, you are welcome to register anyway to get the recording and slides on-demand afterwards. 
 
To register for the webinar, please click here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_BmiSHdSeTtSAm1d7JiY2lw  
 
To Join the Egeria Project or view our Slack Channel follow the links below.

  • Contribute to ODPi Egeria 
  • Contact the team via slack – join here & go to #egeria-discussions. We’d love to hear what you think!


About the Presenter
Mandy Chessell CBE FREng CEng FBCS is an IBM Distinguished Engineer, Master Inventor and Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering. Mandy is a trusted advisor to executives from large organisations, working with them to develop their strategy and architecture relating to the governance, integration and management of information. She is also driving IBM’s strategic move to open metadata and governance through participation in the Egeria open source project. She also serves as the ODPi Technical Steering Committee chairperson.

About ODPi Egeria
Egeria is the world’s first open source metadata standard. It provides open APIs, event formats, types and integration logic so organizations can share data management and governance across the entire enterprise without reformatting or restricting the data to a single format, platform, or vendor product.

Data governance and security are critical concerns for data-driven organizations. And increasing government regulations ensure that the use and management of metadata will continue to be an important focus for anyone who uses and stores important data.

Full details on the ODPi Egeria project page: https://www.odpi.org/projects/egeria

 


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ODPi and our current global pandemic

John Mertic
 

ODPi Members and Community,
 

We are all in difficult and uncertain times without a doubt, with each of us now impacted by the global pandemic. My thoughts and heart goes out to each and every one of you, especially those personally affected by or have loved ones affected by COVID-19.  I encourage all of you to stay safe and ensure you are getting the facts on what’s going on - I’d highly recommend reviewing this presentation from Stanford professor of neurobiology and bioengineering Michael Lin on what we know about COVID-19 so far and how to deal with it, with extensive references to the latest research (as of 3/15).

 

You’ve undoubtedly had numerous messages from companies and organizations outlining their response and actions, so I won’t pile on there. What I will say open source and diverse collaboration are ways that help us stay connected to each other. Open Source COVID-19 is such a resource I came across the other day - here this project collects all open source sites related to nCoV/COVID-19. We’re also seeing companies setup and donating open source code and materials to help take on coronavirus.

 

That all said, what’s ODPi doing in light of this epidemic? Let’s dig in…

 

Egeria Metadata Show goes virtual

 

We’ve shifted the first Egeria Metadata Show, originally scheduled for London, to be a virtual event. From March 24th through March 26th, the Egeria community will have a series of presentations that will cover topics such as…

 

- Why Egeria is an open source project 

- The Egeria Journey so far 

- Design Lineage - ING Bank Perspective

- Metadata essentials for the data driven organisation 

- Everything Metadata 

- How to adopt the Egeria Framework

- Supporting ethical AI

- Industry Models and Business Glossaries

- Egeria and Cloud Pak’s

- Egeria driving Enterprise API's

 

To register for this event, head to https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_bBGl559dQx2S0SwKJLPLlQ. All sessions will be recorded and made available after the event.

 

ICYMI: OpenDS4All project has launched!

 

We are quite excited to have announced the OpenDS4All project, which looks to bring together academic institutions to collaborate on data science education. 
 

I encourage you to both check out the various press articles covering the announcement, as well as review and provide feedback on some of the initial modules contributed. OpenDS4All will also be featured in several upcoming virtual events.

 

Helping the data community become more virtual

 

ODPi isn’t just focused on Egeria, it looks to be a steward to the data management and analytics community as a whole. With numerous events being cancelled and travel impacted for the foreseeable future, we are here to help.

 

If you have an open source project in the data management and analytics space that needs infrastructure to help collaborate such as web conferencing, video, or other virtual collaboration needs, please reach out to me personally and I will see how we can help. As a community we are stronger together - and the ODPi is here to facilitate that.

 

Where we go from here...

 

Weeks ago I surmised that 2020 will be a busy year for Open Mainframe Project and the entire open source mainframe community. The state of our world might have shifted our activities, but not our spirit.

 

If you haven’t already, follow ODPi on LinkedIn and Twitter to keep up to date on the latest happenings ( which can be quite fluid considering the uncertainty in the world ahead ). Please also continue to share updates, articles, or blogs, with us at pr@... - our team is ready to support it through social promotions, digital marketing and more!

 

Thank you again for your support of ODPi!


John Mertic
Director of Program Management - Linux Foundation and ODPi
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The Egeria Metadata Show London: Tuesday, 24th March 2020

Christine Blum
 


Metadata enabling Knowledge + Understanding



Metadata enabling Knowledge + Understanding

Join the open-source ODPi Egeria project team to discover how metadata can enable enterprise-wide knowledge and understanding for all data assets in an organization.

Find out how the Egeria Open Metadata Exchange Standard and capabilities, makes it possible for any tool or application repository to share Metadata in real-time.

With knowledge and understanding of all data assets, an organization can more readily realize many of their goals, such as:

  • Becoming data-driven
  • Attaining operational efficiency
  • Decommissioning obsolete applications
  • Providing the best customer interactions
  • or even, adhering to regulations

Egeria enables that organization to create a real-time interactive map of all data assets and their relationships whilst its people continue to use their favorite tools.  This is the first step to deriving value, which can lead to:

  • knowing the provenance of every data asset
  • understanding relationships between all your data stores
  • tracking the data lineage journeys from inception to multiple resting locations
  • determining which data sets are no longer relevant and can be archived
  • traveling through time to view data sources and their relationships as they were in the past
  • dealing with data duplication through stewardship services
  • federate all your existing data catalog without impacting or redeveloping them
  • embedding business glossaries to bring business context to your data
  • detecting changes in the data landscape as they occur and alert subscribers in real-time

Don’t let your data become a burden!  Find out how to liberate it with metadata.

Click on the following links to:

Register for The Egeria Metadata Show London in central London on Tuesday, 24th March 2020.

Coming soon: the full agenda including speakers from ING Bank, The Linux Foundation and IBM.

Visit Egeria to learn more.


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Webinar: December 5: New Approaches to Managing Access to Sensitive Data

Christine Blum
 



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Webinar: New Approaches to Managing Access to Sensitive Data

 

Time and Date: Thursday, December 5, 2019, 10:00am US Eastern Time

Link and Meeting ID: https://zoom.us/j/449431462  449 431 462


What happens when you need your data scientist to repeatedly work with your most valuable and sensitive data? How do you prevent them from seeing more than they need whilst ensuring that they have a productive and enabling work environment. In this webinar we look at 3 different approaches to managing secure access to data sets that include the most personal and sensitive data.

 

In each approach we use increasing automated means to create selective access to an employee data set that includes correlated personal, performance and financial information. The technology involved is all open source and includes ODPi Egeria, Apache Avro and Palisade. Together they will change the way you think about access control.
 

Time and Date: Thursday, December 5, 2019, 10:00am US Eastern Time

Link and Meeting ID: https://zoom.us/j/449431462  449 431 462

About the Presenter

Mandy Chessell CBE FREng CEng FBCS is an IBM Distinguished Engineer, Master Inventor and Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering. Mandy is a trusted advisor to executives from large organisations, working with them to develop their strategy and architecture relating to the governance, integration and management of information. She is also driving IBM’s strategic move to open metadata and governance through participation in the Egeria open source project. She also serves as the ODPi Technical Steering Committee chairperson.

About ODPi Egeria

Egeria is the world’s first open source metadata standard. It provides open APIs, event formats, types and integration logic so organizations can share data management and governance across the entire enterprise without reformatting or restricting the data to a single format, platform, or vendor product.

 

Data governance and security are critical concerns for data-driven organizations. And increasing government regulations ensure that the use and management of metadata will continue to be an important focus for anyone who uses and stores important data.

 

Full details on the ODPi Egeria project page: https://www.odpi.org/projects/egeria


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Webinar: New Approaches to Managing Access to Sensitive Data

Christine Blum
 


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Webinar: New Approaches to Managing Access to Sensitive Data

 

Time and Date: Thursday, December 5, 2019, 10:00am US Eastern Time

Link and Meeting ID: https://zoom.us/j/449431462  449 431 462


What happens when you need your data scientist to repeatedly work with your most valuable and sensitive data? How do you prevent them from seeing more than they need whilst ensuring that they have a productive and enabling work environment. In this webinar we look at 3 different approaches to managing secure access to data sets that include the most personal and sensitive data.

 

In each approach we use increasing automated means to create selective access to an employee data set that includes correlated personal, performance and financial information. The technology involved is all open source and includes ODPi Egeria, Apache Avro and Palisade. Together they will change the way you think about access control.
 

Time and Date: Thursday, December 5, 2019, 10:00am US Eastern Time

Link and Meeting ID: https://zoom.us/j/449431462  449 431 462

About the Presenter

Mandy Chessell CBE FREng CEng FBCS is an IBM Distinguished Engineer, Master Inventor and Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering. Mandy is a trusted advisor to executives from large organisations, working with them to develop their strategy and architecture relating to the governance, integration and management of information. She is also driving IBM’s strategic move to open metadata and governance through participation in the Egeria open source project. She also serves as the ODPi Technical Steering Committee chairperson.

About ODPi Egeria

Egeria is the world’s first open source metadata standard. It provides open APIs, event formats, types and integration logic so organizations can share data management and governance across the entire enterprise without reformatting or restricting the data to a single format, platform, or vendor product.

 

Data governance and security are critical concerns for data-driven organizations. And increasing government regulations ensure that the use and management of metadata will continue to be an important focus for anyone who uses and stores important data.

 

Full details on the ODPi Egeria project page: https://www.odpi.org/projects/egeria


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ODPi October: ODPi Egeria Launch, Hortonworks CTO Interview, Open Metadata & Governance Workshop

John Mertic
 

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John Mertic
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ODPi Member Newsletter
October 2018  
Apache Bigtop Test Drive

ODPi Announces Egeria for Open Sharing, Exchange and Governance of Metadata

On August 27, ODPi announced Egeria, the industry’s first open metadata standard, to help organizations better understand, manage and gain value from data. The news was announced from Open Source Summit North America in Vancouver, supporting the free flow of metadata between different technologies and vendor offerings. ODPi Egeria enables organizations to locate, manage and use their data more effectively.

Egeria is built on open standards and available under an Apache 2.0 license. The ODPi Egeria project creates a set of open APIs, types and interchange protocols to allow all metadata repositories to share and exchange metadata. From this common base, it adds governance, discovery and access frameworks for automating the collection, management and use of metadata across an enterprise. The result is an enterprise catalog of data resources that are transparently assessed, governed and used in order to deliver maximum value to the enterprise.

ODPi members and key contributors shared their perspective in the Egeria press release:

“A consistent view on data across the entire landscape is essential for any organisation that wants to become data driven. Not just where the data is, but also the quality, the ownership, and the full lineage across the entire set of technologies used,” said Ferd Scheepers, chief information architect, ING. “The open metadata standard delivered by Egeria delivers this consistent view across all the technologies, while reducing the cost of metadata capture, and the management challenges of working with various data tool vendors.”

“As a leader in advanced analytics, SAS understands the value of full transparency related to data provenance and governance,” said Craig Rubendall, vice president of Platform R&D, SAS. “Egeria and its open approach to metadata management and integration only underscores further the need for metadata standards to promote responsible data exchange across varied technology environments.”

“Changing the availability and the quality of metadata will in turn improve the agility of the data scientist, as well as the transparency of the results they produce,” said Mandy Chessell, distinguished engineer and master inventor, IBM. “Egeria simplifies metadata capture and management to create a consistent view of data across all tools an organization may use.”

 
Read about Egeria 1.0 on the ODPi Blog
 



ODPI Member Spotlight: Interview with Scott Gnau, Chief Technology Officer, Hortonworks

The success that ODPi has achieved as a nonprofit organization committed to simplification and standardization of the big data ecosystem is driven by the dedication of our member organizations and individuals. In July, ODPi published the first interview in a series of conversations with key ODPi contributors, exploring why they participate in ODPi.

The conversations help us to learn more about the individuals whose efforts are accelerating the development of today’s Big Data ecosystem, standards and solutions.

ODPi sat down with Scott Gnau, chief technology officer of Hortonworks to discuss his involvement with ODPi and what value Hortonworks gains from being an active member. Scott has spent his entire career in the data industry, and as Chief Technology Officer for Hortonworks he is currently responsible for the overall technology vision for Hortonworks, overseeing the company’s Engineering, Product Management and Support organizations.

 
Read the interview on the ODPi Blog
 

ODPi Hosts Open Metadata & Governance Workshop at Open Source Summit

ODPi kicked off Open Source Summit North America this year with an Open Metadata & Governance Workshop in Vancouver to celebrate the launch and announcement of Egeria. The day began with an introduction to Egeria, as industry leaders from ODPi provided an overview of Egeria and the goals of the project. Demonstrations showcased Egeria and Apache Atlas in action before taking a deep dive into the Egeria code.

After lunch, attendees were given a preview of the Egeria roadmap and a discussion of next steps for the new open industry metadata standard. Participants were then welcomed to share their own ideas and needs during a collaboration and brainstorming session.

Later in the evening, the workshop wrapped up and we ended the day with a Meet the Experts social as attendees enjoyed beer, pizza, posters, demos and whiteboards. A special thank you to our presenters, participants, and in particular to IBM and ING for sharing their demos of Egeria in action!

 
Get involved: Visit the ODPi Egeria page on github
 
ODPi

Big Data Developers Meetup in NYC: Managing Your Metadata with Project Egeriam

ODPi hosted a Big Data Developers in NYC meetup at the ING offices in NYC on September 11 to continue outreach on the launch of Project Egeria. Attendees filled the room to network and learn about the new ODPi initiative and how Egeria supports the flow of metadata between different technologies and tools.

Attendees were eager to learn how Egeria enables organizations to locate, manage and use their data more effectively. ODPi’s experts were joined on stage by host and presenter Mike Nicpan, who spoke to the need for open metadata from his perspective as an Information Architect at ING.

For those who couldn’t attend, the presentation slides are saved on GitHub. Thank you to ING for hosting the event and providing such a fabulous space for our meetup.
 

Catch ODPi Speaking at These Events

Open FinTech Forum
NYC, October 10-11, 2018
All Things Open 
Raleigh, NC, October 21-23, 2018
Open Source Summit Europe
Edinburgh, UK, October 22-24, 2018
  • ODPi is a proud sponsor of the event. ODPi members and friends interested in attending the conference can use the code “OSSEU18COM15” to save 15% on registration. For more information or to register, visit the event website.
Connected Data
London, November 7, 2018
 

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