The data steward’s workbench
Are you looking to pursue a Data Stewardship program?
Zeenea offers a workbench for Data Stewards to improve their data’s documentation and thus, the knowledge on their quality.
As data governance sponsors, their role is to guide and influence other data citizens and data explorers in implementing the changes necessary to create a Data Democracy.
Our metadata management platform for Data Stewards
Customize your asset’s documentation
With Zeenea, completely personalize your datasets documentation layout!
This “custom layout” is the first step to a tool that we wish to be as modular and non-intrusive as possible.
CURATE DATA ASSETS
Democratize your assets with our data catalog
Create a single source of truth!
Through our scanners, Zeenea inventories and exposes all datasets available in your enterprise’s storage systems whether it be Cloud providers, relational / non-relational storages or data lakes.
Zeenea curates various assets such as:
- Data processes
- Business Terms
Give more context to your data
Zeenea imports all existing documentation within the enterprise’s storages.
Powered by automation, Zeenea updates documentation if there are any changes.
The Data Steward can therefore, to their knowledge, add business context to their data and:
- Create a taxonomy of research
- Link business terms
- Associate contacts
MONITOR YOUR PERIMETER
Have greater visibility across all data assets
Monitor the general documentation of datasets, connected data storages or the retention of users.
With Zeenea, Data Stewards are notified when information is added, deleted, or changed.
All this with intuitive dashboards that allow Data Stewards to visualize and monitor their perimeter in a simple way.
Learn more about Data Stewardship
Digital transformations bring about new challenges in the data industry. We are increasingly talking about data stewardship; an activity focused around data management and documentation of an organization.
In practice, Data Stewardship covers a wide range of responsibilities, depending on the maturity level of the organization. We can organize these responsibilities in four broad categories.