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SAP Information Steward: Monitoring Data in Real-Time


Overrun and overwhelmed by an influx of data? Monitor data in real-time with this E-Bite on SAP Information Steward! Discover how to assess, analyze, and cleanse your data with three modules: use Data Insight for building scorecards and rules, Metadata Management for metadata collection and organization, and Metapedia for defining business standards and terminology against data. Thanks to a detailed case study, you’ll untangle your data in no time!

  • Govern your incoming data in real-time using Information Steward 4.2
  • Configure scorecards and rules using Data Insight
  • Create a data dictionary and manage metadata

Checkout this new E-Bite from Don Loden! Now available for pre-order!

contributor_don_loden_lgAbout Don Loden 
Don Loden is a principal consultant at Decision First Technologies with full lifecycle data warehouse and information governance experience in multiple industries. He is an SAP Certified Application Associate on SAP BusinessObjects Data Integrator, and he is very active in the SAP community, speaking globally at numerous SAP and ASUG conferences and events. He has more than 14 years of information technology experience in the following areas: ETL architecture, development, and tuning; logical and physical data modeling; and mentoring on data warehouse, data quality, information governance, and ETL concepts. You can follow Don on Twitter at @donloden. You can contact Don by email at don.loden@decisionfirst.com.

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