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Demystifying the Data Governance Framework

Data governance is a set of rules, processes, role delegations, and responsibilities that clearly define data quality, accessibility, data security, and regulatory compliance for an organization’s enterprise data management. You are most probably already applying some sort of a data governance program - setting up rules for the management of data and acceptable use of data assets.

Appian Academy: Take Control of Your Low-Code Destiny

Bring your people, processes, and data together seamlessly and rapidly launch mobile-ready applications with the Appian Low-Code Platform. And with Appian Academy, you’ll feel empowered to get the most out of your investment. The Appian Academy helps get technical and non-technical users up to speed quickly, incorporate Appian into business operations, and recognize future opportunities with the right low-code mindset.

How Snowflake Support Uses Data to Improve the Customer Experience

Customer advocacy is one of the Snowflake Support team’s most important roles. Working closely with customers around the world every day, we listen and learn to gain meaningful insights into Snowflake products, the ways our customers use those products, and the challenges they face. We feel a deep responsibility to take those insights and trends, analyze them, and drive positive change on behalf of Snowflake customers.

Unlock real-time insights from your Oracle data in BigQuery

Relational databases are great at processing transactions, but they’re not designed to run analytics at scale. If you're a data engineer or a data analyst, you may want to continuously replicate your operational data into a data warehouse in real time, so you can make timely, data driven business decisions.

Cloud Migration Assurance - COTS Migration Challenges

Assume you’re building a website, an application, or software, and you don’t want to build everything yourself for a variety of reasons – you’re short on time; you don’t want to code the tedious sections, and so on. So you have the choice of purchasing some elements of the software that you will use in it, such as the login, sign up, and other pages, and here comes the COTS-commercially –off –the –shelf software.

Bad Press, Litigation and Exclusion: Why Inclusive Design Must Be Accessible

Around the beginning of the year, I was asked my thoughts on overarching trends in DevOps for 2022. Some of the things I mentioned include AI, the shift-left/shift-right in test, more scrutiny in security, and the evolving need for simultaneous quality and speed you have likely read about on our blog and other publications that cover the DevOps space. However, the trend I mentioned that I have seen the most momentum behind as of late has been the need for accessibility.