Introducing the DataOps Leaders Program and its Inaugural Cohort of Inspiring Information Leaders – Atlan

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Go searching and you’ll notice most corporations – large or small – are working in direction of utilizing information to construct a aggressive benefit. At Atlan, we’ve got all the time believed that data-driven groups will probably be behind essentially the most wonderful human achievements within the subsequent decade, from curing most cancers to creating self-driving automobiles to placing individuals on Mars.

Over the previous couple of years, we’ve got been lucky to work with wonderful information people, compassionate leaders and galvanizing information practitioners doing nice work.

From leveraging digital applied sciences to enhance farmer profitability to redefining how the world builds, from creating the modern-day expertise workforce to constructing the open supply stack for search-powered options… we might go on about how the info individuals behind these revolutionary corporations proceed to encourage us.

As we speak we’re so proud to announce our DataOps Leaders Program, an immersive, invite-only program to assist wonderful information leaders come collectively and win with DataOps. 💙

The “why” behind the DataOps Management Program

At its core, DataOps is about serving to information groups work collectively, higher. It takes inspiration from Agile, DevOps, and Lean Manufacturing to create practices that enhance high quality, pace, and collaboration and promote a tradition of steady enchancment.

Once we take into consideration how our journey began, it wasn’t simple. Creating an awesome information tradition shouldn’t be simple. Navigating this universe of information shouldn’t be simple. Constructing a dream information group isn’t simple. Serving to a group grow to be agile and collaborative isn’t simple.

And most significantly… doing it on their lonesome as an information chief isn’t simple.

As we speak, the dialog must shift from the necessity for higher tooling to the subsequent “delta” that may lastly assist us create dream information groups —  the fashionable information tradition stack.

Each information group is trying to find the precise practices and improvements to make on a regular basis work higher. Airbnb created an inner Information College, and Netflix measures its Productiveness Engineering. Once we had been an information group ourselves, we created our personal DataOps Tradition Code with the core rules that helped our group collaborate higher.

We’ve additionally seen nice improvements from information individuals within the corporations we work with — getting numerous information customers collectively, articulating the worth of information initiatives, constructing an information product mindset, discovering and nurturing information expertise, coaching and onboarding new individuals inside groups, establishing the DataOps operate (group, roles, and obligations), incubating an information group, and much more!

However these improvements typically stay restricted to those organizations. Information leaders proceed to reinvent the wheel, scuffling with the identical issues over and over.

This six-week program is designed to assist these information leaders to return collectively, be taught from one another, innovate by shared experiences, and share finest practices and innovation from their information groups — and, within the course of, construct nice information dream groups.

With actionable workshops and no-fluff content material, this cohort will collectively work in direction of implementing the core rules of DataOps to supercharge their productiveness, effectivity, and innovation.

First cohort of Atlan's Data Ops Leaders Program!
A few of our inaugural DataOps leaders. From left to proper, prime to backside: Kenza Zanzouri (Contentsquare), Henrik Brackmann (Tide), Otávio Leite Bastos (Contentsquare), Sara Baker (Zoominfo), Michal Szymanski (Tide), Martina Coad (Bestow), Levi Dantzinger (Bestow), Lizeth Alexandra Verano (Belcorp), Steven Hloros (Crown Asset Administration), Anne Fajkus (Zoominfo), Tyler Vera (Pluralsight), Ainslie Eck (Indigo Ag), Sandy Crossman (Suffolk Building), Olivia Maquar (Elastic), Sean Rober (Avenue One).

Meet the inaugural cohort of 20+ information pioneers

  1. Ainslie Eck: Information Governance Supervisor at Indigo Ag
  2. Anne Fajkus: Supervisor of Information Governance at ZoomInfo
  3. Hendrik Brackmann: VP Information at Tide
  4. Kenza Zanzouri: Information Governance Strategist at Contentsquare
  5. Levi Dantzinger: Analytics Supervisor at Bestow
  6. Lizeth Alexandra Verano León: Senior Supervisor Enterprise Intelligence at Belcorp
  7. Martina Coad: Information Governance Analyst at Bestow
  8. Michal Szymanski: Information Governance Lead at Tide
  9. Olivia Maquar: Senior Information Analyst at Elastic
  10. Otávio Leite Bastos: International Information Governance Lead at Contentsquare
  11. Robert Griswold: Supervisor of Enterprise Intelligence at Tokyo Electron U.S.
  12. Sandy Crossman: Supervisor, DataOps & Enablement at Suffolk Building
  13. Sara Baker: Senior Supervisor, Enterprise Information Analytics at ZoomInfo
  14. Sean Rober: Head of Information, Avenue One
  15. Steven Hloros: Senior Software program Engineer at Crown Asset Administration, LLC
  16. Tyler Vera: Information Steward at Pluralsight

They’re joined by seven extra information leaders from corporations like Generate Capital, Automobiles.com, and Elastic.

Study extra about this inaugural cohort in our DataOps Leaders Program Listing.

Taking inspiration from fictional characters

Initially of this system, we requested these information leaders about their favourite fictional characters. Listed here are a few of their responses:

  • Iron Man (Tony Stark): He was my inspiration as a child to grow to be an engineer in a while.
  • Velma from Scooby-Doo: Like her, I can’t see with out my glasses and I like fixing a thriller.
  • James Kirk: For his ingenuity to get out of difficult conditions.
  • Harley Quinn: Due to her superpower, she finds very nice options to her issues.
  • Terminator (T-800): Due to his stoic character, reliability, an awesome cadre of closest “buddies”, and dedication in pursuing targets.
  • Don Draper (Mad Males): He demonstrates how notion generally is a actuality in enterprise.
  • Surprise Lady: She’s good, fierce, and has nice equipment.
  • Michael Scott: The best boss there ever was.
  • Sew: As a result of he’s totally different but additionally so beloved for being unusual and himself.
  • George P. Burdell: If you recognize, you recognize! He can do something he units his thoughts to.

It’s no shock these individuals determined to work in information with their love of problem-solving, dedication, and ingenuity!


We’ll be sharing extra updates from this system and this group’s journey, who’re already displaying off some actual information superpowers of their very own. Keep tuned on LinkedIn and Twitter.



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