Webinar: Building a Data Catalog with Egeria

Christine Blum


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:  
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:


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