To make the most of your business data you’ll need to harmonize this critical asset around common enterprise-wide meanings. That demands a critical piece of modern data infrastructure known as a semantic layer.
An upstream semantic layer lets you unify your organization’s knowledge base around shared definitions, glossaries, and other facets of data’s meaning. Doing so ensures that downstream applications present a consistent view of how all data is to be interpreted and used for decision-making and other contexts.
Join us to hear James Kobielus, TDWI senior research director for data management, engage a panel of industry experts and thought leaders from Databricks and Cube as they explore what is the semantic layer and its function in the modern data stack.