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What’s New in Enterprise Data Catalog 10.4.1

This webinar is intended for Data Practitioners, Data Architects, Data Stewards, Data Program Managers, Data Engineers, and Data Scientists to understand the new capabilities in 10.4.1 release of EDC. This session will cover benefits of each new feature, when to use it, and how best to use it. This session will also include feature demos. At the end of this session, you will have the knowledge to adopt these new capabilities in 10.4.1 to bring efficiencies in your data management practice.
Here is the agenda for this session:
  • Release Overview
  • Feature Details
  • Demo
  • Q&A
Speaker & Speaker Details

Keshav is a Director of Product Management at Informatica. He is leading Informatica's catalog and data preparation products and cloud services. He has dabbled in data + metadata space for past two decades. Prior to Informatica, he has worked at Microsoft, Avaya, and a few startups.


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