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Scenario 2: Temporary Hibernation

By April 1, 2020

Maintain Essential Operations When Demand Drops Your business has dropped significantly. You’re still operating but with major downsizing or other changes. First, I’m so sorry that you and your employees are going through such extraordinary difficulties. Here are some things…

Scenario 3: The Overnight Spike

By April 1, 2020

Dramatic Demand Spike Requires Major Operational Changes You’ve seen a spike in demand due to the pandemic. Your organization is stretched to the extreme while making major operational changes, and ensuring the safety of everyone involved-- your employees, your customers…

The Hidden Complexity of Data Operations

By March 11, 2020

Akin to art and music, the most appealing part of the design process is always the ideation, the canvases where you get to explore new ideas that usher in new value and opportunity. Consider The Space Travelers Lullaby from jazz…

A New Definition of DataOps

By July 18, 2019

This is short post, but relevant.  Ever since DataOps was started (about 5 years) it hasn’t had a well-adopted and common definition.  Wikipedia is partially OK at: DataOps is an automated, process-oriented methodology, used by analytic and data teams, to…

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