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By 2023, organizations using data fabrics to dynamically connect, optimize and automate data management processes will reduce time to integrated data delivery by 30%. (Source: Gartner)

A Data Fabric is an architectural concept that provides the ability to manage, govern and secure your corporate data assets. The fabric will assign a single data taxonomy that will classify and tag your data to allow for higher levels of automation of data pipelines and enable you to apply data quality rules holistically for the enterprise and create a universal security policy.

The Data Fabric helps bring transactional and analytical worlds closer opening up new opportunities and faster responses. It can solve data and insights challenges by providing event streaming, application integration, and real-time analytics that run even when data is on the move. So, how do you get there?

Join IBM and a select group of your peers to discuss your data challenges, your data strategy, and your approach to unify enterprise data for insights and innovation.

Featured Speakers

Siddhesh Naik
Business Unit Executive, Automation and Data & AI
IBM India and South Asia

Shashi R Kumar

Shashi R Kumar

Business Leader Automation and Data & AI

IBM India and South Asia

Gaurav Shukla

Gaurav Shukla

Technical Architect Data & AI

IBM

Discussion Topics:

What is your approach to use legacy data technologies in cloud environments?
How do you access, govern and secure data regardless of where it is stored today?
How do you evolve enterprise data capabilities for real-time analytics and AI?


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