June 3, 2022- Governance Modernization in the days of Data Fabric and Data Mesh, and Demystifying the Journey to Enabling Analytics in the Cloud￼
Join us IN-PERSON on June 3rd, 2022 for the next TDWI STL event!
June 3, 2022
8:00 AM- 12:00 PM
1 City Place Lower Level Auditorium
1 City Place Dr
Creve Coeur, MO 63141
Networking and Registration
Introductions and Chapter Business
Presenter: Dr Jim Baker
Presenter: Jeroen Tetteroo
Wrap-up and Give Aways
Topic 1 (8:35 AM- 10:00 AM): Data Governance Modernization in the days of Data Fabric and Data Mesh
Presenter: Dr. Jim Baker
Today there is much discussion around data governance modernization, data fabric and data mesh. Quite honestly, there is little discussion to integrate the needs of data governance in these concepts, but there should be. In this session we are going to discuss how data governance is changing in relation to using catalogs, lineage, data quality, and a more robust framework of human-involved continuous improvement. We will expand those ideas and share how they can be used in concert with strategic initiatives around data fabric and data mesh.
Topic 2 (10:20 AM- 11:45 AM): Demystifying the Journey to Enabling Analytics in the Cloud
Presenter: Jeroen Tetteroo
Like many IT functions, data analytics is moving to the cloud. But is your organization ready? Going to the cloud is a necessary step that allows you to scale data, users, use cases, and capabilities around machine learning and data science. But it doesn’t come without its challenges. Deployment delays, maintenance and upgrade issues, adoption resistance, and more can end up hurting your businesses’ ability to keep up pace against competition. Hear from leading enterprise organizations on how they’re demystifying the journey of taking their data analytics to the cloud and competing successfully in today’s digital economy.
About the Presenters
Dr. Jim Baker
Jim Barker is the Director of Professional Services, Data Strategy at Alation. In his 30+ years in Industry, Jim has worked in a variety of data management disciplines most notably as the Director of Data Management for Honeywell, Data Warehouse Architect at Thomson-Reuters, and the Director of Solutions at both Informatica and nCloudIntegrators. Jim, as product manager, also worked at Winshuttle to drive out data governance capability and improve the Foundation platform. Jim was instrumental in architecting one of the first Big Data Solutions including Data Governance at Thomson. He also led an award winning team that rolled out SAP worldwide at Honeywell, that include SaaS integration, the introduction of a Data Governance Council, and many innovations in alignment with Honeywell’s Velocity Product Release Program. Jim’s academic involvement included writing a dissertation on Data Governance and the development of both a conceptual framework for data governance and leveraging the concept of DataOps in 2009.
Jeroen Tetteroo joined Anheuser-Busch in 2019 and is currently Director of Product Development within BeerTech, a division that focuses on creating proprietary analytical products for the North America zone.
Jeroen has led the operational management of AB’s Enterprise Data Warehouse and managed several initiatives modernizing legacy IT systems to the cloud. He is currently leading the modernization all ETL data processing of BeerTech’s marketing and analytical platforms that serve all its products. Jeroen has been actively involved in transitioning the BeerTech organization from traditional waterfall to agile management practices.
Prior to joining AB, Jeroen co-managed a small language consulting firm specializing in language translation services for corporations in the retail, pharmaceutical and health care industries. He has been responsible for managing wide range of areas, including technical, financial, marketing and quality management, awarding the firm six consecutive years of ISO certification. Jeroen was born and raised in the Netherlands and earned a Bsc in Engineering Management at the Rijswijk University of Technology and a MA in international Business at Webster University