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From time to time the Egeria Webinars are produced that provide education around on open metadata and governance., detailing why Egeria is so important when governing data from different sources. The program covers many topics including data strategy, adoption, contribution, integrations with different technologies as well as core education.  Each webinar focuses on a specific audience or issue.

Previous webinar details can be found https://odpi.github.io/egeria-docs/education/webinar-program/overview/

Please see the Community Guide on ways to interact and collaborate with the Egeria community. You can use slack to request a webinar you would like to hear or if you would like to volunteer to present a Webinar. 



The following Webinar content is planned. Please see the Calendar for the confirmed information

Date timeTitleDescriptionPresenter

9th

January

2023

15:00 UTC

What next after you have built a catalog.

Part 2: making it real

Making it real in your organisation. What are the infrastructure and culture changes that drive successful management of data?   How can you use Egeria to design your governance organisation and drive the desired cultural changes and behaviour.

Zoom Conference https://zoom.us/j/523629111  

Mandy Chessell


13th 

March

2023

15:00 UTCBuilding a sustainability initiative

Tom Tally is a recent graduate with ambitions to become a director at Coco Pharmaceuticals.  Even though she has only been in the company three years, she is already the manager of the accounts department.  In order to give her a stretch assignment, she is asked to lead the new sustainability initiative at Coco Pharmaceuticals.  She is given two experienced leaders, Erin Overview and Stew Faster, to help her.  The challenge is to create an ongoing attention to sustainability across Coco Pharmaceuticals' complex business.

This webinar takes you through Tom's journey to set up and operate Coco Pharmaceuticals sustainability initiative and the role that Egeria plays.

Zoom Conference https://zoom.us/j/523629111

Mandy Chessell and Dan Wolfson

???

15:00 UTC

How to build a repository  proxy connector

Ever wanted to build an OMRS repository proxy connector

A repository proxy connector is a wrapper around an existing 3rd party metadata store, that allows that 3rd party metadata store to participate in Egeria cohorts. This session takes you through the planning process and how to build one of these connectors, so existing 3rd party metadata stores can benefit from being in the Egeria. 

Zoom Conference https://zoom.us/j/523629111  

Ljupcho Palashevski

and 

Chris Grote 

???15:00 UTCKubenetes operators and Egeria

This session will cover how easy it is to run Egeria in Kubenetes and how the Egeria Kubenetes operator can be used to manage Egeria in a Kubenetes environment.   

Zoom Conference https://zoom.us/j/523629111    

Nigel Jones
???15:00 UTC

What next after you have built a catalog.

Part 3: strategic view

Becoming more mature with data governance, eventually enabling data citizenship.  Data citizenship within an organisation supports people who need access to data to be effective in their role. This data access needs to be embedded in the tools that they use and flexible enough to meet the changing challenges they face day to day. Since the data landscape is also changing, the tools that these people use need to be integrated with the data catalog.

Zoom Conference https://zoom.us/j/523629111    

Mandy Chessell
???15:00 UTCManaging metadata quality

Callie Quartile is a data scientist at Coco Pharmaceuticals.  Her work ranges from supporting marketing campaigns through to analysis of measurements collected during clinical trials and other research phases of Coco pharmaceuticals' product development.  She relies on the metadata managed within  Egeria to find and then select the data to use in her data science.  Errors in the metadata could cause her to miss some vitial data, or interpret it incorrectly, and this could have serious consequences for her research work.

Metadata, just like any other type of data, needs maintenance and governance to ensure it is complete and correct.  In this webinar, we will examine the different aspects of metadata quality and the mechanisms in Egeria to ensure it is maintained.

Zoom Conference https://zoom.us/j/523629111

Mandy Chessell and Dan Wolfson
???

15:00

UTC

Taming the data integration challenge

Bob Nitter is an integration developer working at Coco Pharmaceuticals.  He is building the data pipelines that integrate their business systems, manufacturing systems and data scientists.  He is faced with understanding many different technologies, all using different terminology, data formats and code values.

How can Egeria's metadata management help Bob tame the integration challenges he faces? 

In this webinar we will look at the common challenges faced by integration developers and show how different types of metadata, and the mechanisms that support it, can help.

Zoom Conference https://zoom.us/j/523629111

Mandy Chessell and Dan Wolfson
???15:00 UTCEgeria and python

Callie Quartile is a data scientist at Coco Pharmaceuticals who prefers to work in python.  How can we extend Egeria's services into the python world?

In this webinar we will cover examples of the types of tools that use python and the process to design Egeria's clients for this world.

Zoom Conference https://zoom.us/j/523629111

Dan Wolfson
???15:00 UTC

Policies are not just for security

Coco Pharmaceuticals is in the process of transforming its business from traditional generic treatments to personalized medicine.  This has required faster cycle-times for many of their business processes as well as greater sharing of data and IT services.  Automation is key to their success.

This webinar examines different types of policies and how they are used to drive automation across a business such as Coco Pharmaceuticals.

Zoom Conference https://zoom.us/j/523629111

Mandy Chessell and Dan Wolfson
???15:00 UTCIntegrating stewardship into your metadata ecosystem

Coco Pharmaceuticals are the victims of a fraud relating to the purchase of supplies.  They realize that they need better control of the data about their suppliers.  They begin to add new automated data pipelines, with data quality and controls to improve the quality and security of their supplier data.  Although automation covers much of the work, they need to integrate people into the processing to validate, resolve and approve different detected situations.

This webinar describes how to integrate people into your automation so that approvals and choices can be made on how to remediate unexpected, or new situations.  It includes integration with incident management and workflow systems.

Zoom Conference https://zoom.us/j/523629111

Mandy Chessell
???15:00 UTCMetadata security

Showing both how we secure open metadata plus security distribution plus OPA

Zoom Conference https://zoom.us/j/523629111


???15:00 UTCData Mesh

Update on how Data mesh can be enabled by Egeria. 

Zoom Conference https://zoom.us/j/523629111


???15:00 UTCCloud Native

 Ways of using Egeria in a purely cloud native style.  

Zoom Conference https://zoom.us/j/523629111




Other webinars we are considering:

  • Semantics and Egeria








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