Five Minute Briefing - Information Management
October 20, 2020
Five Minute Briefing - Information Management: October 20, 2020. A concise weekly report with key product news, market research and insight for data management professionals and IT executives.
Data Summit Connect Fall 2020, a series of data management and analytics webinars presented by DBTA and Big Data Quarterly, is going on this week. Whether your interests lie in the technical possibilities and challenges of new and emerging technologies or using the wealth of data your company is collecting for business intelligence, analytics, and other business strategies, Data Summit Connect Fall 2020 has something for you!
Data Summit Connect Fall began on October 20 with a keynote from Doug Laney, data and analytics innovation fellow, West Monroe and author of "Infonomics," who discussed the new economics of information. He covered the issues of information ownership, rights, and privileges, along with external data opportunities and challenges, and his set of generally accepted information principles culled from other asset management disciplines.
Originally started as automating the IT operations tasks, AIOps has moved beyond the rudimentary RPA, event consolidation, noise reduction use cases into mainstream use cases such as root causes analysis, service ticket analytics, anomaly detection, demand forecasting, and capacity planning. During Data Summit Connect Fall 2020, Andy Thurai, emerging tech strategist, AI consultant, thought leader, Field CTO, Forbes Contributor, discussed "AIOps: The Savior for Digital Business Unplanned Outages."
At Data Summit Connect Fall 2020, Ryan Gross, vice president of emerging technology at Pariveda Solutions, a management and technology consulting firm, explained how innovations are poised to drive process and cultural changes to data governance, leading to order-of-magnitude improvements. "Today, data governance is often the weakest pillar in a modern data enterprise, holding back the realization of value," said Gross.
MongoDB, provider of a general purpose database platform, has announced the general availability of multi-cloud clusters for its global cloud database, MongoDB Atlas. This enables customers to deploy a fully managed, distributed database across Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud, and Microsoft Azure simultaneously without the added operational complexity of managing data replication and migration across clouds.
OpenStack Foundation has announced it will be changing its corporate name to Open Infrastructure Foundation (OIF) starting in 2021, reflecting the organization's broader commitment and valuable expertise in driving innovations in open source. OIF's goal is to build an open infrastructure for the next decade by solving infrastructure issues raised by continuing demands in new markets.