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DAMA Phoenix Upcoming Events for 2022

March 10, 2022 Real-Time Data Integration and Interoperability Darrell Teague
May 12, 2022 Graph Databases – What Enterprise Data People Need to Know Dave McComb
Q3 2022 Data Literacy – With the advent of self-service analytics and the need to be data-driven, modern enterprises need knowledge workers to have data literacy beyond just the basics in order to use data more effectively (for example, how to read models and effectively use a data dictionary, understand keys and data grain, understand data protection). In this session, you will learn about proven techniques for upskilling knowledge worker data literacy and ways to measure data literacy in the organization. Speaker TBD
Q4 2022 Data Lakehouse – Data warehouses and data lakes have morphed into a composite data architectural paradigm called a “Data Lakehouse”, leveraging strengths of different technologies together to meet the data volumes and analytics use cases of today. The Data Warehouse is usually where cleansed, standardized, and integrated data is stored while Data Lakes are often used for staging as well as very large datasets. The two together can form a Data Lakehouse which can be used for analytics, often by putting a virtualized semantic layer over top of the data. Speaker TBD

DAMA Phoenix 2021 Events

March 18, 2021 Digital Transformation and the Business Terms Model Steve Hoberman
June 03, 2021 Cloud Data Warehousing Extravaganza John O’Brien, Zeke Bishop, and Brock Cooper
September 09, 2021 Data Fabric and Beyond – Trends in Modern Data Management Architecture Dave Wells
December 09, 2021 Enterprise Data Management Success: Strategic Alignment, Modelling & Human Factors Ron Huizenga

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DAMA International is recognized as the premier organization for data management professionals. Our purpose is to promote information as a vital corporate resource like people, money, and capital assets. The Data Management Association (DAMA) exists to bring together people who want to make their information resources effective in meeting the business objectives of their enterprise.