How much does metadata impact your big data solution and your business?
The answer might surprise you. Metadata is essential for managing, migrating, accessing, and deploying a big data solution. Without it, enterprises have limited visibility into the data itself and can’t trust its quality—negating the value of data in the first place. Creating end-to-end data visibility allows you to keep track of data, enable search and query across big data systems, safeguards your data, and reduces risk.
Join Ben Sharma, co-founder and CEO of Zaloni and Vikram Sreekanti, software engineer in the AMPLab at UC Berkeley to:
- Learn about Ground, a new open-source project under development at UC Berkeley. Discover how Ground impacts a wide range of data tasks, including data inventory, usage tracking, model-specific interpretation, reproducibility, interoperability, and collective governance.
- Understand how access to your data's lineage allows you to know where data has come from, where it is, and how it is being used.
- Explore how data context stretches the bounds of what we have traditionally considered metadata.
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