CATEGORY: Data Operations

The Benefits and Core Capabilities of Enterprise Data Operations and Orchestration (EDO2)

WRITTEN BY Todd Goldman June 28, 2019
Data Operations

What are the benefits and the details of the capabilities of an EDO2 system?

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What is Enterprise Data Operations and Orchestration (EDO2)?

WRITTEN BY Todd Goldman June 18, 2019
Data Operations

EDO2 refers to the systems and processes that enable businesses to organize and manage data from disparate sources and process the data for delivery to analytic applications.

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The Top 5 Big Data Solutions to Get Your Project into Production

WRITTEN BY Ramesh Menon March 21, 2018
Data Operations

We walk through what you can do to use big data automation to overcome the top 5 technical challenges that block organizations from fully taking advantage of big data.

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Thanks for checking out this compilation of articles from the Infoworks blog about key principles, industry insights, and changes happening in the realm of data operations, more commonly known as DataOps.

By uniting all data professionals (e.g. developers, data scientists, and data engineers) DataOps is a unique approach to data analytics. It borrows certain philosophies from agile software development, DevOps, and statistical process controls with the sole purpose of reducing development cycle times, increasing deployment frequency, and vastly improving overall data quality. This new approach to the end-to-end data lifecycle is an automated methodology, placing a strong emphasis on structure and processes.

Those who embrace DataOps are continuously seeking ways to optimize their analytics pipelines with repeatable results. Organizations employ DataOps tools which handle aspects such as data pipeline orchestration, automated testing, production, and quality alerts, deployment automation, development sandbox creation, and data science model deployment.

Correct implementation of DataOps can allow teams to consistently deliver value upon each iteration, release new iterations in rapid succession for greater flexibility, and improve schedule forecasting. In the end, the methodology behind DataOps empowers companies to receive better insights at a much faster pace, giving a much-needed edge against the competition.

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