[New Gartner Report] Hype Cycle for Data Management, 2022

Hype Cycle for Data Management, 2022

Struggling to keep up with the latest and greatest data engineering trends and technologies? We’ve got you covered. 

Learn how some of the most innovative data organizations are delivering value at scale in this Gartner Hype Cycle report, compliments of Monte Carlo.

The Hype Cycle for Data Management covers:

  • How the evolution towards distributed governance is affecting the role of the data leader
  • The progress of governance technologies like data catalogs, data discovery, and augmented data quality
  • The importance of prioritizing data quality in today’s digital landscape
  • How to measure the business impact of data governance across organizational functions
  • How data observability extends beyond monitoring tools to deliver greater breadth and depth of coverage

If data trust is on your radar next year, the “Hype Cycle for Data and Management” is a must read.

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