The Egeria Webinar program is a series of regular webinars that provide education around Egeria, 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.
Proposed Webexes and Dojo
Workshop in August to agree new improved Dojo content.
Visualising a metadata eco system - David Radley early September
The session is for people looking to understand the metadata across their ecosystem in terms of the
Egeria open types and instances using visualisations in the Egeria React User Interface. Understanding the types is import knowledge when developing connectors and new APIs like OMAS’s. This session will also show how metadata instances can be explored at a low level. This will be contrasted with an exploration of semantic data that is based on the Subject Area Open Metadata Access Service (OMAS).
What next after you have built a catalog - journey Mandy Chessell early October
Journey integration manual cataloging -> integration daemon -> discovery.
Open lineage - ING and Mandy early November
This session will describe how to set up an Egeria production system where lineage can be visualised based on metadata from multiple sources. This will include scenarios:
- metadata accessed using the OMRS repository connector proxy to a proprietary metadata repository
- A scenario with all open source content and no proprietary code.
- Lineage capture in various use cases
- Consolidated view
Egeria working with Open lineage and Open lineage services?
Dojo - January
Day 1 - re run of some of the existing dojo material. Simple Kubenetes + Kafka environment. Volunteers?
Day 2 - volunteers for new material.
- UI react
- UI open lineage
- Open lineage
- Integration daemons?
- how to build a repository connector - Chris G Hello world connector
Kubenetes operators and Egeria - December - Nigel
Time Travelling with Egeria - Chris Grote
This session will introduce a new metadata repository called Crux that supports historical metadata queries.
How to build a repository connector - February Chris Grote
Hello world connector
How to build an integration connector - March ?
What next after you have built a catalog - making it real Mandy Chessell
- Making it real in organisation- infrastructure and culture change.
- What next after you have built a catalog - strategic view Mandy Chessell
- Augmenting with governance (maturity model) - strategic look at metadata management