Federated data management via Data Mesh at a Big 4 accounting firm

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Barak Gablinger, VP Customer Delivery and Gil Trotino, Director Product Marketing at K2View

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About this talk: For this international giant, complying with global and local data regulations – while federating data ownership – is a big daunting challenge. They have decided to deploy a Data Mesh architecture for managing customer and employee data. Join this webinar to discover how the K2View Data Product Platform is used in real-life to unify globally dispersed data, while federating data ownership and fulfilling data residency and data privacy requirements. Agenda: * The business drivers and considerations behind selecting a Data Mesh architecture * Data Mesh case study – company's requirements, data architecture, and benefits * Defining roles and responsibilities for making sensitive, operational data easily and safely accessible in a decentralized organization * Live demo: Creating and delivering data products in a Data Mesh

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