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ARCHITECTING A WORLD-CLASS INFORMATION MANAGEMENT ORGANIZATION
 
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Seminar Program Day Two: (Full-Day Tutorial – May 22 – One Day Prior to Conference Day)

w ARCHITECTING A WORLD-CLASS INFORMATION MANAGEMENT ORGANIZATION

(An Enterprise Information Management Tutorial by Mike Hermida)
 
Mike Hermida, President, K3MP Technologies,

 “Popular Seminar Leader and World Leading Expert in Data Warehouse Design”

(Past Lead Architect on Space Shuttle and Spacelab Programs, IBM Program Manager)

 

 

 

                                         SEMINAR    TOPICS    COVERED    

IT Alignment with Business Vision

 Management Best Practices

 Future Trends & Technologies 

  Practical Considerations on What Works

FEA and Enterprise Architecture

    Web 2.0 Technologies

    Client-Centric / Customer Hub

          Metadata Hub

    Enterprise Service Bus

     Publish / Subscribe Model

   Golden Source of Truth

 Government Information Factory

   Data Warehouse Components

Operational Data Environment

          Analytic Platform

 Data Reference Architecture / MDM

    Enterprise Data Models

   Data Distribution & Archiving 

    Data Governance & Stewardship

 Data Services Layer & SOA

   Data Standards / Enforcement 

         Data Integration / Sharing

Repositories and Registries

     Federated vs. Centralized  

         Identify Technology Gaps

 Skill Needs &  Development

   Data Classification / Privacy 

      Target Roadmap / Future State

 Scoping and Portfolio Mgmt

   Organizational Implications

 

 

                                         WHAT    YOU    WILL    LEARN    

          How to Align Information Initiatives with your Business Strategy

          Best Practices in Defining and Revising Your Enterprise Information Architecture

          The Components and Processes Required For a Successful Enterprise Architecture

          What is Data Oriented Services and How Does SOA Blend With Your Data Architecture

          How The Metadata Hub & Enterprise Service Bus Integrates with an Information Architecture

          Future Trends in Information Technologies – Explaining Metadata and Data Warehousing Architectures

          What Is the Best Role for A Data Governance / Ownership Program – How To Gain Optimal Usage   

          How to Optimally Structure Your Enterprise Organization and Plan Career Growth & Development

          How the Federal Enterprise Architecture Program Supports Your Information Architecture   

          Practical Applications for Information Architecture – Successes and Stumbling Blocks   

 

 

 

SEMINAR ABSTRACT AND BIOGRAPHY

       

Most organizations whether in government or private industry have one or more Data Management, Information Management, Data Resource Management, Data Architecture or Database Management organizations. However, as one looks at the roles and responsibilities of any of these organizations, it is amazing how different one company or government agency is from another. There is little consistency across the LOB’s  internal organizations, or IT Initiatives and Programs. Data related  activities are typically spread across multiple departments or agencies, and in many cases there are gaps in complete data coverage. This presentation takes a holistic view of data, information, and its management based on Mike’s twenty-plus years of experience in data management, and in consulting with many organizations, both inside and outside of government,  on technical and management issues around data. Mike leverages his enormous experience from the Space Shuttle, Spacelab and FAA programs, to his extensive background at IBM and as a world famous consultant and instructor. Attendees will gain insight into aligning IT  with the business vision; the components and processes involved in treating data as an asset; delivering information to the  business and client community; what it means to manage your data and organizational approaches to doing this;  and the governance structure to ensure proper policies, standards and procedures are in place and followed.  This  presentation highlights all aspects of data (and information) architecture, design, technology and management. The focus is on achieving a “best of breed” information architecture and information management function that can truly realize the many successes possible within your organization. Seven components are considered as the underlying support system for data:

1.             Technology Strategy Supporting the Business Vision

2.             Metadata Hub / Enterprise Service Bus / Repository and Glossary

3.             Information Architecture and Web 2.0

4.             Data Management and Database Management

5.             Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing

6.             Organization and Staffing / Training and Development

7.             Data Governance, Stewardship, Ownership

A Special section is devoted to the Federal Enterprise Architecture (FEA) and issues specific to this program. 

Practical approaches and techniques are contained throughout the presentation on the business, technical, and organizational aspects of information development and management. The seminar format is very interactive with attendee questions encouraged throughout the day, and attendee experiences shared. This tutorial is design for both management, professional and technical personnel, and assumes no prior knowledge of these topics.    

 

This tutorial is intended for business and IT Management, program directors, deputy directors, data warehousing, data architecture or database management executives and staff, IT Managers and technicians responsible for planning, design and implementation, data stewards and custodians, metadata personnel, and anyone looking for a clear concise overview of data management and architecture guidelines, principles and concepts required for success.    

 

Mike Hermida held various technical and management positions during a sixteen-year career with IBM. He designed and developed operating systems and access methods for the nation’s en-route air traffic control system and ground-based Space Shuttle programs, and was a lead architect for the Spacelab’s command and control system. He was also a technical member of the field test team for the rollout of IBM’s DB2 database management system. Within IBM he managed a staff responsible for the development of tools and utilities to enhance the DB2 development environment, and also managed a Data Resource Management (DRM) department of data modelers, DBAs, and performance analysts supporting relational and other database systems.

 

On leaving IBM, Mike, with a partner, built and subsequently sold a successful consulting and education firm specializing in relational database and applications design and development. Aside from being the firm’s Chief Technology Officer and managing the technical side of the business, he was personally responsible for providing technical and management consulting services to key corporate clients. He started the Knauer DB2 User Group in New York that grew to over one thousand members, and developed and implemented a set of DB2 value added services to support a national DB2 practice.

 

Mike is currently the President of K3MP Technologies, a consulting firm that specializes in information architecture, relational database design and implementation, data warehousing and business intelligence. He spends much of his time developing information architectures for his client base and assessing database systems and data warehouses. Mike has developed and taught numerous seminars and classes and lectured extensively to professional groups both nationally and internationally on data and database management topics, data warehousing, and business intelligence.

 

 

                                                         Full-Day Seminar Includes:

    Refreshment Breaks

Continental Breakfast

  Seminar Workbook

  Book Raffles

     Discounts for Government / Academic, DAMA, Groups of 3 or More (see website for details)

 

 

 

ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE AND DATA WAREHOUSING  2008   EVENT PRICING

Attendee Registration

         Options

 

      Early Fee

     Standard Fee

 

  (before April 15)

   (April 15 & after)

   Conference Day

 and  Seminar Days

    (May 21-May 23)

Regular Fee:

           $900

          $1000

Member Discount:

           $750

          $900

(Government / Academic, DAMA

     or  Groups of  3 or More)

 

 

Conference Day Only

      (Friday May 23)

Regular Fee:

           $300

          $350

Member Discount:

           $250

          $300

(Government / Academic, DAMA

     or  Groups of  3 or More)

 

 

Seminar Day One Only

      (Wed May 21)

 Bill Inmon Seminar

Regular Fee:

           $300

          $350

Member Discount:

           $250

          $300

(Government / Academic, DAMA

     or  Groups of  3 or More)

 

 

Seminar Day Two Only

  (Thurs May 22)                        Mike Hermida Seminar

Regular Fee:

           $300

          $350

Member Discount:

           $250

          $300

(Government / Academic, DAMA

     or  Groups of  3 or More)

 

 

    Non-Attendee

   CD ROM Only

Regular Fee:

                             $250