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Real-world Tips for Data Fabric and Analytics Success

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Join us for an engaging discussion with data experts from Dresner Advisory Services, Collibra, and Tableau. In this webinar, you'll learn how Data Fabric design is trending because it promises to harness the complexity in an organization's data assets, including multiple levels of diversity, distribution, and scale. You will also hear how this concept can help organisations on their journey to digital transformation. Watch this panel discussion to learn real-world tips to shape a successful analytics approach.

Agenda

  • Data fabric for the hyper decisive organisation - a market insight by Dresner Advisory Services
  • Learn how to weave a data fabric into your analytics data strategy
  • See how Tableau’s suite of solutions - with Tableau Data Management at the core - enables a data fabric that’s purpose-built for analytics
 

About the speakers

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Bill Hostmann

VP & Research Fellow, Dresner Advisory Services

Bill Hostmann is VP and Research Fellow with Dresner Advisory Services. His area of focus includes trends in Analytic Data Infrastructures (ADI) - integrating and managing the information and information models used by BI, Advanced Analytics and CPM/PM applications.

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Peter Princen

Director of Product Management, Collibra

Peter leads product management for Collibra Data Catalog, a key component of the Data Intelligence Platform at Collibra. Prior to joining Collibra five years ago, Peter worked in a similar role in a manufacturing environment.

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Jeremy Siewert

Director of Product Management, Tableau Data Management, Tableau

Jeremy is a director of product management for Tableau Data Management and leads the Tableau Catalog team. This team helps customers use trusted data with built-in governance so they can make high-confidence decisions. Jeremy has over 20 years' experience delivering products and solutions for customers in the mobile, cloud, data and analytics spaces and previously held positions at IBM and Teradata.