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DAMA Chicago Meeting—December 9th, 2015

MEETING AGENDA

  • 9:00 a.m. Business Meeting & Announcements
  • 9:30 a.m. Scott Rudenstein – “WANdisco - Data Movement for globally deployed big data Hadoop architectures”
  • 11:15 a.m. “Shaun Malott –Northern Trust - Information Quality Analysis and remediation : A case Study”
  • 12:15 p.m. Lunch
  • 1:45 p.m. Michael G. Miller – The Future of Data Governance
  • 2:45 p.m. Raffle Drawing
  • 3:00 p.m. Adjournment

Location: 

NORTHERN TRUST
50 South Lasalle Street
Cicago,IL 60603

GLOBAL CONFERENCE CENTER– MIAMI ROOM

 

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Morning Presentations

Data movement for globally deployed Big Data Hadoop architectures.

Speaker: Scott Rudenstein

Over the past few years, Hadoop has quickly moved to the production data center for storing and processing Big Data, and is now widely used to support mission-critical applications. One of the challenges to an organization is the adoption of multi-data center Hadoop, where data needs to flow between environments that are in the metropolitan area or thousands of miles apart. The problems related to operating Hadoop across the WAN can be broadly divided into data relevancy, continuous availability, risk reduction and recovery. The challenge we’ll focus on is to keep data flowing consistently in the face of network, hardware, and human failures. Eliminating downtime and data loss is critical for any application having stringent service-level agreements (SLAs) and regulatory compliance mandates associated with it, by providing the lowest-possible recovery point objective (RPO) and recovery time objective (RTO).

Bio: Scott Rudenstein has worked in commercial software sales for 18 years and has an extensive background in Application Lifecycle Management and High Performance Computing. Throughout his career in US and UK, he is specialized in replication, where data and environments need high availability, disaster recovery and backup capabilities. As WANdisco's VP of Technical Services, Scott works with partners, prospects and customers to help them understand and evolve the requirements for mission critical/enterprise-ready Hadoop.

 

Northern Trust - Information Quality Analysis and remediation : A case Study”

Speaker: Shaun Malott

In this session, Shaun Malott will discuss the strategy and process used to identify and remediate a cross-system information quality issue that was originally selected as low-hanging fruit to demonstrate the power of Northern Trust's information quality tools. This quickly went awry as it unearthed a trove of issues providing valuable lessons learned and leveraging Embarcadero ER/Studio and IBM Infosphere Information Analyzer. Speaker: Shaun Malott Shaun Malott is a Vice President at The Northern Trust Company, Chicago. He serves as a Business Data Architect and a Data Steward for Wealth Management. He is responsible for the data foundation stream of the Partner Platform program including future state data requirements definition and working with technology to define and deliver the data architecture required to meet strategic partner, client and investment platform data quality requirements. Shaun actively participates in DAMA Chicago, DAMA International, and TDWI. He is a member of the Embarcadero ER/Studio Product Advisory Committee.

Bio: Shaun Malott is a Vice President at The Northern Trust Company, Chicago. He serves as a Business Data Architect and a Data Steward for Wealth Management. He is responsible for the data foundation stream of the Partner Platform program including future state data requirements definition and working with technology to define and deliver the data architecture required to meet strategic partner, client and investment platform data quality requirements. Shaun actively participates in DAMA Chicago, DAMA International, and TDWI. He is a member of the Embarcadero ER/Studio Product Advisory Committee.

Afternoon Presentation

The Future of Data Governance

Speaker : Michael G. Miller

What does the future of Data Governance look like? And how will you get there? As we move to become data centric businesses, many of the present approaches to Data Governance are being severely challenged. Big Data, Fast Data, Cloud Computing, Mobile Computing, Social Analytics, and the Internet-of-Things (IoT) are all obsoleting present approaches to Data Governance. Tried and true methods of data governance are about to go the way of the buggy whip, the slide rule and the travel agency. Whole industries are about to be “Uberized,” like the taxi industry, the hotel industry and possibly the financial industry. This presentation will identify the impacts of these disruptive technologies to business and provide data governance strategies for moving forward in a brave new data centric digital world of business.

Bio: Michael G. Miller is a member of the HSBC Global Finance IT Architecture and Strategy team acting as a Global Information Architect. He has responsibilities for enterprise architecture guidance of Global Finance projects and data governance. Mr. Miller has over 35 years of IT experience, largely in the Financial Industry. Michael’s previous consulting roles include National Director of Enterprise Architecture and Business Intelligence, Executive Consultant CRM COE, and Principal - Management Consultant. He also teaches classes in Strategic Business Intelligence Implementation and Data Governance in Dubai, UAE. He holds a BBA and four master degrees (MBA, MPM, MTM, & MISM) . He is a board member of our Data Management Association – Chicago Chapter, a Certified LEAN Six Sigma Yellow Belt (ISCEA), a Certified Business Process Management Professional (ABPMP) and a Certified TOGAF Enterprise Architect.

 

Topics: Data Quality, Big Data, Data Management

Written by Mike Vogt

Mike Vogt is a Director on NVISIA's data management team.

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