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A Cloud Data Maturity Model: Migration, Movement, and Transformation

To learn about achieving the best balance for your own organization, join us for this free 1-hour webinar from GigaOm Research. The webinar features GigaOm analyst Andrew Brust and special guest Shawn Johnson, Solution Architect from Matillion, who will discuss agile data movement and transformation for cloud data warehouses.
In this 1-hour webinar, you will explore:

  • How to determine data migration and transformation needs, now and in the future.
  • When and if to hire data and machine learning engineers.
  • How to discern initial data movement workloads from ongoing operational needs.

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Why Attend?

Are you migrating your data to the cloud? Is operational data movement your focus, or is data transformation your biggest concern? Do you have ETL specialists and data engineers on staff, or do a line of business data analysts, non-technical users, etc. rule the roost in your shop? These questions and others can help you assess your own cloud data maturity status and, more importantly, your needs and criteria for a data management platform.

As you progress through such a maturity model, you can expect your needs and preferences to change. Today, you may want to automate data movement, then let data engineers transform the data through code. In the future, visually building out declarative data transformation pipelines may be the way to go. It all comes down to balancing control, automation, and manageability.