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Thursday
Apr 19
@DAMAPDX Chapter Meeting: The Metadata Catalog and the Modern Data Lake
Standard Insurance Center Auditorium

Presented by Andrew Ahn, VP Product Management at Waterline Data

Abstract

How to leverage metadata & spark to manage traditional data sources and the modern data lake. A discussion of Waterline Data's approach to discover and understand relational database, Hive, HDFS, and Blob stores.

Speaker

Prior to Waterline, Andrew was Director of governance strategy, product management covering Apache Falcon and Apache Atlas technologies and products. He was as also an Apache Atlas committer. Prior work includes Product and Governance duties for the NYSE Euronext where he worked in the Chief Data Office and was responsible for the product development roadmap.

Cost

Free for Members!

$5 for Students with valid student ID

$15 for Non-Members

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Thursday
May 17
@DAMAPDX Chapter Meeting: All Those Other Important Parts of Data Modeling: Security, Privacy and More
Standard Insurance Center Auditorium

Presented by Karen Lopez, Senior Project Manager and Architect at InfoAdvisors

Abstract

Modern database systems have introduced more support for security, privacy and compliance over the last few years. We expect this to increase as compliance issues such as GDPR and other data compliance challenges arise.

In this session, Karen will be discussing the newer features from a database designers points of view, including:

  • Data Masking
  • End-to-end Encryption
  • Row Level Security
  • New Data Types
  • Data Categorization and Classification

We'll look at the new features, why you should consider them, where they work, where they don't, who needs to be involved in using them, and what changes, if any, need to be made to applications or tools that you support.

Speaker

Karen is a senior data architect with an extensive background in development processes and data management. She specializes in taking practical approaches to solutions development. Karen has helped many IT organizations choose appropriate methods and standards based on the group's culture, experience, and focus. She is an international speaker on modern development and design processes, specializing in engaging, often irreverent presentations on data and career-related topics. She blogs at datamodel.com and can be found on Twitter @datachick.

Cost

Free for Members!

$5 for Students with valid student ID

$15 for Non-Members

See our corporate members at
https://damapdx.wordpress.com/about-damapdx/corporate-members/

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