Alation and Databricks enable enterprises to empower more people to make data-driven decisions on trust data and drive data culture. Learn more.
Deep Thoughts on Data Flow with Alation & Trifacta
Alation announced an integration with Trifacta to seamlessly integrate the Alation Data Catalog with self-service data prep applications to help solve accessibility issues. Learn more.
A Catalog-First Approach to MicroStrategy Reporting
Alation Data Explorer enables Alation’s complete data catalog browser to be embedded within the MicroStrategy authoring experience. Learn more.
A New Market Is Born: The Data Catalog Market Study
The first end-user market study has been published for data catalogs. Discover insights into deployment trends and attitudes towards data catalogs.
TrustCheck from Alation: In Conversation with Peter Burris
TrustCheck guides you to desired behavior while ensuring accuracy as you’re creating a query or a dashboard. Learn more.
MercadoLibre Democratizes BI with Certified Data, Collaboration and Self-Service
Ron Powell, independent analyst and industry expert for the BeyeNETWORK and executive producer of The World Transformed FastForward Series, interviews Adrian Quilis, Director of Business Intelligence at MercadoLibre. Read the interview.
Why Data Culture Made Me Pack a Space Suit and Head to Orlando
We have Big Data and AI technology, but we don’t have the data culture to succeed with that technology. Learn how to build a data culture that makes your technology succeed.
What Is a Data Catalog? Data Catalog Features & Benefits
A Data Catalog is a collection of metadata, combined with data management and search tools, that helps analysts and other data users to find what they need in one place. Discover more about how it helps to improve efficiency as well as data analysis.
What Is Data Curation?
Data curation is the work of organizing and managing a collection of datasets to meet the needs and interests of a specific groups of people. Learn more.
Data Catalogs VS Metadata Management: Key Differences?
Data catalogs collect metadata about datasets, metadata about processing, metadata for searching, and metadata for and about people.