With more and more enterprises moving critical workloads to the cloud, traditional approaches to data management, privacy and data security just won’t cut it anymore. The nascent field of DataOps, a relatively new approach to data management, has emerged in order to securely manage data in hybrid and multi-cloud environments.
In this model, DataOps enables a single point of management to determine how data is accessed and provisioned across the entire infrastructure. This in turn allows data access policies to be abstracted and applied using the same single point of management for consistent application of governance, no matter where the data lives.
In this fireside chat with Okera CEO Nick Halsey and 451 Group Senior Analyst Paige Bartley, we’ll discuss:
Paige is a Senior Research Analyst for the Data, AI & Analytics Channel at 451 Research, a part of S&P Global Market Intelligence, covering core data management topics. In her current research, Paige is analyzing the need for information governance to maximize the value of enterprise data amid proliferating global regulatory requirements and rising consumer expectations for data stewardship.
Nick is the CEO of Okera. Prior to that, he served as President and CEO of Zoomdata, where he rebuilt the organization, growing worldwide sales by 85%, and establishing distribution in a dozen countries. He has contributed to the success of two IPOs and five other exits at various companies and is a limited partner in several VC funds.