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David Loshin

Welcome to my BeyeNETWORK Blog. This is going to be the place for us to exchange thoughts, ideas and opinions on all aspects of the information quality and data integration world. I intend this to be a forum for discussing changes in the industry, as well as how external forces influence the way we treat our information asset. The value of the blog will be greatly enhanced by your participation! I intend to introduce controversial topics here, and I fully expect that reader input will "spice it up." Here we will share ideas, vendor and client updates, problems, questions and, most importantly, your reactions. So keep coming back each week to see what is new on our Blog!

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David is the President of Knowledge Integrity, Inc., a consulting and development company focusing on customized information management solutions including information quality solutions consulting, information quality training and business rules solutions. Loshin is the author of The Practitioner's Guide to Data Quality Improvement, Master Data Management, Enterprise Knowledge Management: The Data Quality Approachand Business Intelligence: The Savvy Manager's Guide. He is a frequent speaker on maximizing the value of information. David can be reached at loshin@knowledge-integrity.com or at (301) 754-6350.

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Next up at IAP: Composite Software, introducing a combination of a search capability and the use of a relatively sophisticated approach to profiling across federated data in order to present a portal for searching though collections of data and prioritizing views that can be materialized in real time. Noted expert Clive Finkelstein commented on the similarity with what used to be the Axio product from Evoke (now part of Informatica), but the interesting part is their use of the relationship discovery purely for searching.

Also: the product is an "appliance," meaning that it is packaged software on top of hardware. No details of the hardware were presented, but it probably uses a number of multi-core CPUs with a lot of memory (how else could they do the analysis?).

Seems like an extremely interesting product, especially in the context of supporting e-discovery.

Posted June 30, 2008 5:02 PM
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