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  • 5 Pillars for GDPR Compliance
    5 Pillars for GDPR Compliance Jean-Michel Franco, Senior Director, Product Marketing, Data Governance Products and Darren Brunt, UKI Pre-Sales Manager Recorded: Nov 28 2017 67 mins
    GDPR has major implications for the IT landscape of every business. Companies are shifting away from data silos and closing down shadow IT to create a governed personal data hub and data services.

    In this webinar we demonstrate how to achieve the 5 pillars of data management for GDPR compliance with a practical example: matching 3rd party consent data to existing records with appropriate data governance.

    See how easily you can put the pieces together:

    Data capture and integration into a data lake
    Data cleansing, loading and matching
    Self-service curation and certification
    Data classification and lineage using metadata manager
  • Scaling Data Lakes through the Power of Cloud
    Scaling Data Lakes through the Power of Cloud Ashwin Viswanath, Director of Product Marketing for Talend Integration Cloud Recorded: Oct 25 2017 56 mins
    Critical inhibitors and best practices for data lake success

    What critical inhibitors put your data lake project most at risk? Learn why data lakes fail and how to achieve success using the power of cloud.

    It's no surprise that massive amounts of unstructured and semi-structured data provide a wealth of information about the state of your business. Clickstreams, sensors, social media, and weblogs generate huge datasets that can be analyzed in a data lake, as long as that data lake is part of a scalable big data analytics infrastructure.

    In this session, we show you how to put your data lake on the path to success. Topics include:

    - Why data lakes fail
    - Key enablers of a successful data lake project
    - Agile DevOps practices for faster time-to-market
    - Why a multi-cloud strategy is critical
    - Incorporating governance and security into your data lake

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