Data catalogs

How Knowledge Graph Brings Together People, Context & Connections

When it comes to search and discovery, no one serves up better results than Google, Amazon, Facebook, and Netflix. Sure, they have big budgets and some of the brightest minds in tech on the payroll, but those aren’t the only reasons they’re successful. It’s also...

Why Your Enterprise Data Catalog Needs to be Cloud Native

When it comes to data catalogs, not all solutions are created equal – and the tell is in how they define their cloud infrastructure. Many claim to be cloud-based or cloud-enabled, but that just means their applications were built traditionally (on-prem) and then...

5 Questions with Lars Albertsson

We all strive to be data-driven. And yet we all instinctively know that we’re not very good at it. In fact, if you believe any number of recent surveys, it seems we may actually be getting worse at data. One reason for this is a misalignment on what success looks like. How do you define and measure it? What is the actual value of your data?

5 Questions with Cindi Howson

Self-service is great for listening to music, pumping gas, and figuring out what to binge watch on TV. But is self-service really what we want from our analytics? What happens to the business world when everyone is a data analyst?

5 Questions with Tejas Manohar

ETL (Extract Transform and Load) was the SOP for data integration for 25+ years. A decade ago the introduction of data lakes pushed transformation to the end of the process and into tools like Snowflake, BigQuery, and Redshift. Now the latest chatter in the data management industry is Reverse ETL. Shouldn’t we call this LTE?

data.world announces new integrations for the modern data stack

data.world is happy to announce several new integrations to increase visibility into data pipelines and assets. Customers can now seamlessly catalog and query data and metadata from Databricks, Reltio, and Salesforce, adding to our more than 100 pre-built...

Do you know where your sensitive data lives?

According to the World Economic Forum, the amount of data generated each day is expected to reach 463 exabytes globally by 2025. As the quantity and complexity of data increases exponentially, enterprises who collect it have a responsibility to maintain compliance...

Announcing new data.world Documentation Portal

Have you ever gotten stuck trying to figure out how to effectively use certain functionality in some software application? Do you remember how frustrating it was to search for guidelines and instructions required to get things done? No one can afford to stay behind,...

Three Keys for Driving Data Catalog Adoption

Data catalogs benefit everyone, but only when it becomes a core component of your data strategy. You need to be asking these three questions to drive data catalog adoption in your organization.