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Andy Palmer

Data as an Asset: The Potential of DataOps in the Enterprise

As modern enterprises embrace the potential value of data to their organization, they are beginning to build out a new generation of data infrastructure and human behavioral norms to complement their traditional legacy infrastructure and data culture. The technical methods…

Jun 11, 2019 Featured Content

The Key Components of a DataOps Ecosystem

There are many ways to think about the potential components of a next gen enterprise data engineering ecosystem. Our friends at DataKitchen have done a great job with this post which refers to some solid work by the Eckerson Group.…

Jun 4, 2019 Featured Content

Key Principles of a DataOps Ecosystem

Having worked with dozens of Global 2000 Customers on their data/analytics initiatives, I have seen a consistent pattern of key principles of a DataOps ecosystem that is in stark contrast to traditional “single vendor,” “single platform” approaches that are advocated…

May 28, 2019 Featured Content

Running a Successful Startup: the Wisdom of Mike Stonebraker

I met Mike Stonebraker in 2004. Since then, we’ve built many successful startups together (and a few duds as well). Our relationship has had a profound effect on me as a founder, a software entrepreneur, and a person. I also…

Mar 5, 2019 Featured Content

How to Create a Successful Analytics-Driven Organization

In 2019, it’s no longer a question of whether to become an analytics-driven organization, but how. To be successful, organizations need to build information architectures that match analytics workloads to answer the questions that will create the most value for…

Feb 15, 2019 Featured Content

Tying Payment to the True Measure of ROI: User Adoption, Money Saved and Growth Driven

I believe that all software contracts should tie payments to end-user adoption and real outcomes in context of either saving money or driving growth (or both!). Limited term  software subscription deals can be used to accomplish this relatively quickly: if…

Feb 13, 2019 Featured Content

DataOps: A Unique Moment in Time for Next Generation Data Engineering

Judging from the engagement on my latest post from across the spectrum of business leaders, data engineers, data scientists and thought leaders, DataOps is clearly picking up steam. There were too many comments for me to respond to them all on LinkedIn,…

Feb 21, 2018 Featured Content

DataOps: Building A Next Generation Data Engineering Organization

Large enterprises are experiencing a foundational shift in how they view their data and structure their data engineering teams. As organizations capture more data than ever before, and store it in an ever-increasing variety of data stores, the prospect of…

Feb 8, 2018 Featured Content

AWS Glue, ETL, and the Persistent Challenge of Data Variety

Yesterday Amazon announced the public availability of AWS Glue which they describe as a fully managed ETL service that aims to streamline the challenges of data preparation. The service was previewed back in December 2016 at Amazon’s re:Invent conference, so…

Aug 16, 2017 Featured Content

Tamr’s Support for NEVCA’s Anti-Discrimination and Sexual Harassment Statement

Discrimination and sexual harassment are intolerable in any environment, and they are kryptonite for the diversity that unleashes the innovations that empower startups to change the world.  I was appalled by the allegations in The Information about the repeated episodes…

Jun 27, 2017 Featured Content