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September 2017  

President's Report

Hello DAMA NY Members. Well we had a very successful event on September 14th with our Speaker David Loshin who spoke on "Data Curation and Data Quality". We have over 50 people registered and 37 actually attended the event.

We are almost at the end of our 2017 DAMA NY program which has been very successful. October 19th is our Fall all-day event called Enterprise Data Modeling. We now have all of our speakers and sponsors. All DAMA NY members are free and non-members are just $50.  This amount will cover our catering expense. With only Three weeks to go, please dont be locked out. We already have 50 people registered. To kick off the agenda, our keynote speaker will be Malcolm Chisolm. We also have three more vendor speakers and an exhibit area with six vendors: Adaptive, ASG, Colibra, IBM, Global ID and Myriad. To complete our program we will close with a Speaker Panel "How has Big Data impacted Data Modeling".

We will be sending out our ballot for the 2018 Board of Directors. We will be asking you to vote during the month of October. Look for the ballot which will be sent out through our email system. In closing, we hope to see all of you at the DAMA Fall event on October 19th at AIG 175 Water Street on the 18th floor.

 

Thank you

 

denis kosar, President DAMA New York

 

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Upcoming Events

October 19, 2017  8:30am-5:00pm

Enterprise Data Modeling
American International Group
175 Water Street 18th floor
New York, NY 10038

$0.00 Member Tickett

$50.00 Guest Ticket

Enterprise Data Modeling

With the advent of Big Data, Data Lakes, Data Governance and No-SQL, what place does Enterprise Data Modeling still have in our organizations?

 

In the last few years, the use of technologies for storing data has blossomed from a homogenous world of relational data bases to a heterogeneous world that includes distributed data structures like Hadoop, graph databases, document databases, etc.

On October 19th we will be having a day of speakers on Enterprise Data Modeling and demonstrations of data modeling tools:

 

  • The Benefits and Uses of an Enterprise Data Model
  • From Conceptual to Physical – Adjustments to Enterprise Models for the Real World
  • Enabling Data Governance Leveraging Critical Data Elements
  • The Importance of Data Models in Enterprise Metadata Management
  • How has Big Data Impacted Data Modeling?

 

                                                 Agenda

  • 8:30 AM – Registration and Breakfast
  • 9AM – Denis Kosar – Welcome and Introduction
  • 9:15 AM Keynote – Malcolm Chisholm - The Benefits and Uses of an Enterprise Data Model
  • 10:15 AM- 11AM - Breakout for sponsors exhibit
  • 11 AM – Jeff Goins, Adaptive – Enabling Data Governance Leveraging Critical Data Elements
  • 12PM – Mike Wanyo, ASG – The Importance of Data Models in Enterprise Metadata Management
  • 1PM – 2PM Lunch and Breakout for sponsors exhibit
  • 2 PM – Kelly Findley, Myriad Solutions – From Conceptual to Physical – Adjustments to Enterprise Models for the Real World
  • 3PM - Speaker Panel - How Has Big Data Impacted Data Modeling?
  • 4PM – Denis Kosar – Closing Message

 

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