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DataOps Observability and Automation to the Rescue!

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Data Team members, have you ever felt overwhelmed? The never-ending flow of new information can be stressful, and it’s hard to know where to start. Well, don’t worry because DataOps is here to help!

Podcast: Scaling DataOps

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DataOps Observability: Taming the Chaos (Part 4)

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Part 4: Reviewing the Benefits. This is the final post in DataKitchen’s four-part series on DataOps Observability.

Tech workers warned they were going to quit. Now, the problem is spiralling out of control

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Monetizing Analytics Features: Why Data Visualization Will Never Be Enough

Five years ago, data visualizations were a powerful way to differentiate a software application. Today, free visualizations seem to be everywhere. Two trends are forcing application providers to rethink how they offer analytics in their products.

5 hot new IT jobs — and why they just might stick

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DataKitchen In The The insideBIGDATA IMPACT 50 List

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Question: What is the difference between Data Quality and DataOps Observability?

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. Question: What is the difference between Data Quality and Observability in DataOps? Data Quality is static. It is the measure of data sets at any point in time.

8 analytics startups to watch over the next year

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The Benefits and Drawbacks of DataOps in Practice

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DataOps Observability: Taming the Chaos (part 1)

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Part 1: Defining the Problems. This is the first post in DataKitchen’s four-part series on DataOps Observability.

The 2023 Supply Chain Crystal Ball: Challenges and Solutions

Speaker: Olivia Montgomery, Associate Principal Supply Chain Analyst

Curious to know how your peers are navigating ongoing disruption? In this webinar, you’ll gain actionable insights from Olivia Montgomery as she walks us through Capterra’s extensive research on how businesses - notably small and midsize businesses - are addressing supply chain challenges in 2023.

On Demand Webinar: Map And Monitor Your Data Journey

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Chris Bergh shares how to do a Data Journey in the on-demand webinar! The post On Demand Webinar: Map And Monitor Your Data Journey first appeared on DataKitchen. On-Demand Webinar Webinar / Podcast dataops

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The Next Wave of ‘Ops’ Advances on the Data Center

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A busy year ahead in low-code and no-code development

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Data-driven 2021: Predictions for a new year in data, analytics and AI

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DataKitchen DataOps Observability Technical Product Overview

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5 Powerful Prescriptive Analytics Examples in Supply Chain

Prescriptive analytics is a type of advanced analytics that optimizes decision-making by providing a recommended action. Supply chain, with its complex planning questions, is typically an area where optimization technology is required. Read about 5 use cases.

“Stick Little Thermometers in your Data Journeys”

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. Question: What is something the data industry is missing? I think it’s observability-led DataOps. I’ve come to believe that we, as an industry, will not change how people build things they’ve already made.

DataOps Observability: Taming the Chaos (Part 2)

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Part 2: Introducing Data Journeys. This is the second post in DataKitchen’s four-part series on DataOps Observability.

New Data Horizons: Data Prep, Data Visualization, and Data Catalogs Are Ready for Prime Time

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Dapper Data Podcast: DataKitchen and DataOps – Episode #54 w/ Chris Bergh

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Intent Signal Data 101

Intent signal data helps B2B marketers engage with buyers sooner in the sales cycle. But there are many confusing terms used to describe intent data. Read this infographic to better understand three common areas of confusion.

Fire Your Super-Smart Data Consultants with DataOps

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Analytics are prone to frequent data errors and deployment of analytics is slow and laborious. The strategic value of analytics is widely recognized, but the turnaround time of analytics teams typically can’t support the decision-making needs of executives coping with fast-paced market conditions.

Trend-Setting Products in Data and Information Management for 2022

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Data Science and AI Predictions for 2022

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DataOps For Business Analytics Teams

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Business analysts often find themselves in a no-win situation with constraints imposed from all sides. Their business unit colleagues ask an endless stream of urgent questions that require analytic insights.

Modern Data Architecture for Embedded Analytics

Data has gone from a mere result of applications & processes to being crowned king. Picking the right avenue to data architecture depends on your organization’s needs. Development teams should build in stages, starting with a task that can be solved.

2022 Big Data Predictions from the Cloud

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Reducing The Cost Of Failure With DataOps

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The DataOps Vendor Landscape, 2021

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Download the 2021 DataOps Vendor Landscape here. Read the complete blog below for a more detailed description of the vendors and their capabilities. DataOps is a hot topic in 2021.

Map and Monitor Your Data Journey

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Can you draw a map of all the paths data takes from source systems to production insight delivery? How many tools, technologies, configurations, and paths do your data take during its production process? What is the ‘run-time lineage’ of data in your organization?

A Deep Dive Into Supply Chain Strategy: Why Yours Isn't Working

Speaker: Michelle Meyer, Founder and CEO of MatterProviders

Michelle Meyer is here to walk you through the future of supply chain strategy, and why your current approach is probably not working. In this exclusive webinar, she will explore ways to develop and perfect your new supply chain design in this post-pandemic era of economic uncertainty.

DataKitchen’s Best of 2021 DataOps Resources

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Before we shut the door on 2021, we would like to share our most popular DataOps content in hopes that it can help you as you learn about and implement DataOps. We hope you and your family have happy holidays and we look forward to continuing your DataOps journey with you in the new year.

2021 Gift Giving Guide for Data Nerds

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Back by popular demand, we’ve updated our data nerd Gift Giving Guide to cap off 2021. We’ve kept some classics and added some new titles that are sure to put a smile on your data nerd’s face. Here are eight highly recommendable books to help you find that special gift. ?? ?? ???.

What is embedded analytics, and how does it benefit BI?

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Eight Top DataOps Trends for 2022

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DataOps adoption continues to expand as a perfect storm of social, economic, and technological factors drive enterprises to invest in process-driven innovation.

Getting Started With Scenario Modeling in Supply Chain Network Design

To build your supply chain’s agility and responsiveness, you need to look at scenarios more frequently instead of relying on a single plan. Let’s explore how you can apply scenario modeling in supply chain network design.

DataOps Observability: Taming the Chaos (part 1)

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Part 1: Defining the Problems. This is the first post in DataKitchen’s four-part series on DataOps Observability.

10 DataOps Principles for Overcoming Data Engineer Burnout

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For several years now, the elephant in the room has been that data and analytics projects are failing. Gartner estimated that 85% of big data projects fail.

How To Succeed As a DataOps Engineer

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What makes an effective DataOps Engineer? A DataOps Engineer shepherds process flows across complex corporate structures. Organizations have changed significantly over the last number of years and even more dramatically over the previous 12 months, with the sharp increase in remote work.

The vast majority of data engineers are burnt out. Those working in healthcare are no exception

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Blueprint to Modernize Analytics

The longer you wait to modernize your application’s analytics, the longer it will take for you to realize this value. A blueprint helps you define your new solution, plot out how to get there, and determine what you’ll need in terms of time and resources.