[Whitepapers]

Profiling as a Service

Global IDs PraaS is a scalable enterprise-level profiling solution for large data landscapes. It utilizes an agent-based, massively parallel, distributed computing architecture aimed at building transparency and semantic understanding of the data landscape.

Understanding Information Landscapes

The volume of data inside of your organization grows exponentially each year. It can seem overwhelming trying to manage your information and make it a reliable and valuable business asset. But with the right software automation, enterprise-wide data can be leveraged to make smarter and more profitable business decisions.

[Webinars]

Data Governance 2.0

Michele Goetz, Principal Analyst at Forrester Research, and Arka Mukherjee, founder and CEO of Global IDs, discuss Data Governance 2.0 and how knowing what data you have, how to use it, and when to use it is more critical than ever.

[Analyst Papers]

Fraunhofer Institute for Material Flow and Logistics IML / June, 2015 Metadata Management Tools for Enterprise Data Management

This report provides a broad market overview by analyzing and comparing over 30 software solutions that support metadata management for enterprise data management. In order to reveal the capabilities for describing and developing data management operations, the considered solutions are analyzed in three main regards: (1) support of different types of metadata and the ability to link them, in order to enable a consistent, holistic description of data management; (2) publication of metadata to make it conveniently available to different stakeholders (metadata consumers) across the entire company; (3) collaboration of metadata providers and consumers to facilitate the efficient development of data management and to leverage sustainable business value from available metadata. To read the full report click here.

Bloor Research / January 6, 2014 Data profiling and discovery

There are two major trends within the data discovery and profiling market at present. The first is that, as reported in our last Market Update there continues to be a shift towards major vendors adding more discovery capabilities onto their data profiling capabilities. Similarly, there remains a distinction between those suppliers that have made this leap and those that appear content to simply offer data profiling. Certainly, there are use cases for this but the trend is definitely towards a broader set of capabilities. Note that there are pure-play discovery products that could be used to complement single function profiling tools. To read the full report, click here.

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