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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

Please 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

8th November


15:00 UTCOpen lineage

This session will describe the purpose of lineage, what type of information needs to be collected and how this is information is managed and used in an enterprise with Egeria.

Zoom Conference    

Ljupcho Palashevski and Mandy Chessell

6th December


15:00 UTC

What next after you have built a catalog.

Part 1: the journey

Peter Profile from Coco Pharmaceuticals is responsible for cataloging the weekly incoming data from the hospitals that are involved in their latest clinical trial.  The data scientists that use the catalog to locate and work with this data are full of praise for Peter's work. However, Peter is getting fed up with the repetitive, time-consuming nature of the cataloguing activity.  How can we help Peter to automate this cataloguing and extend the value of the catalog to the organization?

In this session, follow Peter's journey from manual cataloging, to using automated integration and templating to create business relevant catalog entries.  He also adds metadata discovery to extract profile information about the incoming data values and enables metadata governance features (such as deduplication) to improve the quality of the catalog.  Finally, he creates automated notifications to the stewards responsible for the data if any issues occur that need a human touch.

The result is that Peter is relieved of the tedious cataloguing tasks and Coco Pharmaceuticals sees increased value from their catalog.

Mandy Chessell


January 2022

15:00 UTCKubenetes operators and EgeriaThis 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.   Nigel Jones




15:00 UTCTime Travelling with EgeriaEvery wanted to know what the state of your metadata was at some specific time in the past?  This session will introduce the Crux open metadata repository that supports these historical metadata queries.  

Chris Grote




15:00 UTCHow to build a repository connectorEvery wanted to build an OMRS repository connector? This session will take you though what the considerations are and you need to do. It will show how to create the simplest "Hello World" connector.   Chris Grote




15:00 UTCHow to build an integration connectorThis session covers how to extend Egeria's automated cataloguing to include metadata from a new technology.  It describes how automated cataloguing works and the role of the integration connector.  It covers the design of the integration connector using examples to illustrate the different approaches and their benefits and and challenges.  It shows how to set up a project for a new connector, how to build and package it and finally it shows the new connector running in Egeria.Mandy Chessell




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 organization and drive the desired cultural changes and behaviour.

Mandy Chessell




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 organization 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.Mandy Chessell

Other webinars we are considering:

  • Semantics and Egeria

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