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Defining and Implementing a Realistic Data Governance Strategy – Webcast Recap

If
you missed the Data Governance webcast on the 24
th of September, do not worry. You can
catch the replay right
here.


The
webcast featured Jeff Pollock, Director of Product Management for Oracle Data Integration
and Governance solutions, and Sunil Soares, Founder and Managing Partner of
Information Asset LLC. The focus was on Data Governance and Data quality as a
practice and how to implement them using Oracle
Enterprise Metadata Management
and Oracle
Enterprise Data Quality
.

Critical
Data Elements
are a key concept in identifying which information to govern and
how to measure success for any governance program. The traditional perception
of using governance as a defensive tool to prevent risk is shifting onto a more
pro active one of growing top line growth.

Here
were some questions that came in during the session which we want to share to
the wider governance community. And if you need any more questions answered
while watching the replay we encourage you to reach out to us here.

How does
OEMM support ingestion of external metadata?

Do you
provide support for Informatica metadata ingestion out of the box?

OEMM
harvests (ingests) external metadata using harvesting bridges which come with
the product. There are bridges to all popular Databases, Data Modeling, Data
integration and BI platforms. You can see the complete list in our
certification matrix. For the platforms that are not covered in our extensive
bridge list, we also provide a way to harvest metadata by defining them in
excel.

Yes, Informatica is supported out of the box.

For more
info check out the data
sheet
.

Does OEMM support
column level lineage for Informatica?

Yes, OEMM supports
full lineage, column level, all transformations and SQL override parsing for lineage
and other scenarios.

For
a deeper dive into this subject here is a White
Paper on Data Governance
that was authored by the two speakers.

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