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Feb 5 IDERA Webinar: Data Architecture: The Foundation for Enterprise Architecture and Governance

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DATE:  February 5, 2019

TIME:  2 PM Eastern / 11 AM Pacific

PRICE:  Free to all attendees

This webinar is sponsored by:

About the Webinar

Organizations are faced with an increasingly complex data landscape, finding themselves unable to cope with exponentially increasing data volumes, compounded by additional regulatory requirements with increased fines for non-compliance. Enterprise architecture and data governance are often discussed at length, but often with different stakeholder audiences. This can result in complementary and sometimes conflicting initiatives rather than a focused, integrated approach. Data governance requires a solid data architecture foundation in order to support the pillars of enterprise architecture. In this session, IDERA’s Ron Huizenga will discuss a practical, integrated approach to effectively understand, define and implement an cohesive enterprise architecture and data governance discipline with integrated modeling and metadata management.

About the Speaker

Ron Huizenga
Senior Product Manager of Enterprise Architecture and Modeling, IDERA
RonHuizenga100x100.jpgRon is the Senior Product Manager of Enterprise Architecture and Modeling at IDERA. Ron has over 30 years of business and IT experience as an executive and consultant, spanning a diverse range of industries.  He is a proponent of continuous improvement and data quality, and also holds Six Sigma Lean and Black Belt certifications.  His  hands-on experience in large-scale enterprise initiatives includes enterprise & data architecture, business transformation and software development.  His background provides practical, real-world insights to enterprise data architecture, business architecture and governance initiatives.



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