The uncertainty of not knowing where data issues will crop up next and the tiresome game of ‘who’s to blame’ when pinpointing the failure. This is where the true power of complete data observability comes into play, and it’s time to get acquainted with its two critical parts: ‘Data in Place’ and ‘Data in Use.’
This webinar discusses how to make embarrassing data errors a thing of the past.
We will start with how data engineers do not understand their data and have difficulty identifying problematic data records. We will also discuss how the vast majority of data engineers are so busy that they don’t know, or have time to write, tests to write to find data errors. We will finish with a demonstration of DataKitchen’s New DataOps Testgen Product.
That missing piece that connects data system expectations and reality is a ‘Data Journey.’ It is the missing piece of our data systems.
The new idea showcased in the third edition of the DataOps Cookbook is to focus first on understanding and observing the journey that data takes through your production environment – from ingestion to processing to delivering actionable insights. The DataOps Cookbook-‘Data Journey First DataOps’ Third Edition
On 20 July 2023, Gartner released the article “Innovation Insight: Data Observability Enables Proactive Data Quality” by Melody Chien.
DataKitchen Summarizes and comments
The Ten Standard Tools To Develop Data Pipelines In Microsoft Azure. Is it overkill? Paradox of choice? Or the right tool for the right job? We discuss.
What is the full range of data quality validation tests for data at rest and data in use? Linguistics provides an organizing principle: syntax, semantics, and pragmatics
‘Data Journey First DataOps’: it’s a revolution in which every data, tool, server, and step becomes part of a meaningful story, enhancing our data initiatives’ overall value, impact, and trust.
The “Five Pillars of Data Journeys” outline a comprehensive approach to tracking and monitoring data across its lifecycle.
Why the Data Journey Manifesto?
So why another manifesto in the world? Really? Why should I care?
Chris Bergh, CEO of DataKitchen, delivered a webinar on two themes – Data Products and Data Mesh. Bergh started by discussing the complexity within data and analytics teams, stating that complexity makes everything more complicated and, in the long run, it kills productivity.