PASS Master Data Services/Data Quality Services Virtual Chapter Meeting January 31st - 9 am PST / 12 pm EST
Monday, January 28, 2013 3:57 PMPASS Master Data Services/Data Quality Services Virtual Chapter Meeting January 31st - 9 am PST / 12 pm EST
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Understanding Data Quality Services: Knowledge Base, Knowledge Discovery, Domain Management, and Third Party Reference Data Sets
With the release of Data Quality Services (DQS), Microsoft innovates its solutions on Data Quality and Data Cleansing by approaching it from a Knowledge Driven Standpoint. In this presentation Joseph Vertido from Melissa Data will discuss the key concepts behind Knowledge Drive Data Quality, implementing a Data Quality Project, and will demonstrate how to build and improve your Knowledge Base through Domain Management and Knowledge Discovery. What sets DQS apart is its ability to provide access to Third Party Reference Data Sets through the Azure Marketplace. This access to shared knowledge empowers the business user to efficiently cleanse complicated and domain specific information such as addresses. During this session examples will be presented on how to access RDS Providers and integrate them from the DQS Client.
A Data Quality Analyst at Melissa Data, Joseph Vertido is an expert in the field of data quality. He has worked with numerous clients in understanding their business needs for data quality, analyzing their architecture and environment, and recommending strategic solutions for how to successfully integrate data quality within their infrastructure. He has written several articles and gives frequent webinars implementing different techniques for data quality implementation. His efforts include research in the field of Data Quality for product development. Joseph also manages the Melissa Data MVP Program which is a network that caters to community leaders, speakers, consultants, and other experts.