Webinar: All About Graphs in Egeria
August 18 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am PDT
ODPi Egeria provides a framework for open metadata management, supporting many use cases in the governance of data in Data Lakes – as described in the Egeria webinar on 2nd June: “Data Lake Design with Egeria”. As described in that webinar, Egeria operates across the Data Lake, without needing centralization of metadata from the different tools into a central tool or repository.
Metadata frequently describe relationships between things like Assets, Schemas, Glossaries, and Terms – and these relationships form graphs. Egeria is distributed in nature, enabling you to see a federated view of the metadata contained in multiple tools and metadata repositories. As a result, the discrete graphs naturally federate to form a distributed graph. In this session, we’ll cover the Open Metadata Repository Services (OMRS) layer that enables Egeria to operate across this distributed graph.