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Data Governance 2017
This Market Update compares the capabilities of various data governance vendors.
Policy-based Data Governance
This paper compares the offerings provided by DATUM, Collibra and Informatica with respect to policy-driven data governance.
Informatica Data Governance
In this paper, we discuss Informatica's Intelligent Data Platform and, in particular, its data governance capabilities.
Data Masking 2017
This Market Update compares the capabilities of different data masking vendors that provide anonymisation capabilities.
Test Data Management
This Market Update compares TDM (Test Data Management) products.
Getting value out of data integration
I am going to be having a live discussion about getting value from data integration tools: come and listen!
Data Profiling and Discovery Market Update 2013
While there are trends towards including more discovery capability and towards supporting NoSQL the vendors are significantly fragmented at present.
Data Migration Market Update – 2013
There are several distinct market sectors within data migration. For example, there are specific application migrations to, for example, the latest version of SAP.
Data Governance 2013
The market for data governance is diffuse. Historically, there have been, and remain, several different sectors...
By data quality we mean both data cleansing (matching, deduplication, error correction, enrichment et al) as well as data profiling and discovery.
Big Data roundup
Some latest news from vendors in the Hadoop and/or big data space
Lower your risk with application data migration - next steps with Informatica
In this paper we will review what Bloor Research has learned over the past six years, since we first published our original Data Migration Survey in 2007.