Effective Metadata Management is at the Heart of Data Governance
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  Brian Kordelski   Brian Kordelski
Worldwide Director, Client Advocacy
IBM
 


 

Wednesday, March 19, 2008
01:15 PM - 02:15 PM

Level:  Introductory


Data, the lifeblood of an organization, includes not just managing sheer volume but also managing the lifecycle from inception, use and ultimately destruction. Data Governance programs require understanding ownership, security, provenance and data state. This requires a top-down ‘business’ and bottom-up ‘IT’ approach to metadata.

Confidence in your data integration processes ensures accountability and facilitates departmental collaboration. This session discusses data governance and how IBM Information Server mitigates risk and ensures trust in your data.


With over twenty years experience delivering data integration solutions for leading retail, financial services, telecom, and healthcare companies, Brian Kordelski is an expert in the design and development of comprehensive data-centric enterprise integration solutions. In past roles as Product Management Director, Product Marketing Manager, Client Services Director, EMEA Sales Engineer, Implementation Architect and Principal Consultant, Brian has lead project teams responsible for data integration initiatives in over 30 countries. Brian is presently serving as Director of Client Advocacy for the IP&S portfolio. In this role as Client Advocate he is responsible for driving customer success and references by leveraging the broad Information Platform and Solutions capabilities.


   
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