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#292 Aligning Your Data Transformation to the Business - Interview w/ Nailya Sabirzyanova Data Mesh Radio

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Nailya's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nailya-sabirzyanova-5b724310b/
In this episode, Scott interviewed Nailya Sabirzyanova, Digitalization Manager at DHL and a PhD Candidate around data architecture and data driven transformation. To be clear, she was only representing her own views on the episode.
Some key takeaways/thoughts from Nailya's point of view:
When it came to microservices and digital transformation, we aligned our application and business architectures. Now, we have to align our application, business, and data architectures if we want to really move towards being data-driven.To do data transformation well, you must align it to your application architecture transformation. Otherwise, you have two things transforming simultaneously but not in conjunction.It's crucial to involve business counterparts in your data architectural transformation. They know the business architecture best and the data architecture is there to best serve the business. That is a prerequisite to enable continuous business value-generation from the transformation.Re a transformation, ask two simple questions to your stakeholders: What should this transformation enable? How should we enable it? It will give them a chance to share their pain points and their ideas on how to address them. The business stakeholders know their business problems better than the data people 😅Your approach to data mesh, at the start and throughout your journey, MUST be adapted to your organization's organizational model and ways of working. Everyone starts from completely different places.Data mesh won't work if you overly decentralize. You must find your balances between centralization and decentralization yourself.?Controversial?: Historically, teams were charged for data work and resources but with something like data mesh, they can manage their data and data costs far more efficiently. Framework processes, tools, and skills help teams to identify which data is valuable for their own or other domains and requires...

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Get involved with Data Mesh Understanding's free community roundtables and introductions: https://landing.datameshunderstanding.com/
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Episode list and links to all available episode transcripts here.
Provided as a free resource by Data Mesh Understanding. Get in touch with Scott on LinkedIn.
Transcript for this episode (link) provided by Starburst. You can download their Data Products for Dummies e-book (info-gated) here and their Data Mesh for Dummies e-book (info gated) here.
Nailya's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nailya-sabirzyanova-5b724310b/
In this episode, Scott interviewed Nailya Sabirzyanova, Digitalization Manager at DHL and a PhD Candidate around data architecture and data driven transformation. To be clear, she was only representing her own views on the episode.
Some key takeaways/thoughts from Nailya's point of view:
When it came to microservices and digital transformation, we aligned our application and business architectures. Now, we have to align our application, business, and data architectures if we want to really move towards being data-driven.To do data transformation well, you must align it to your application architecture transformation. Otherwise, you have two things transforming simultaneously but not in conjunction.It's crucial to involve business counterparts in your data architectural transformation. They know the business architecture best and the data architecture is there to best serve the business. That is a prerequisite to enable continuous business value-generation from the transformation.Re a transformation, ask two simple questions to your stakeholders: What should this transformation enable? How should we enable it? It will give them a chance to share their pain points and their ideas on how to address them. The business stakeholders know their business problems better than the data people 😅Your approach to data mesh, at the start and throughout your journey, MUST be adapted to your organization's organizational model and ways of working. Everyone starts from completely different places.Data mesh won't work if you overly decentralize. You must find your balances between centralization and decentralization yourself.?Controversial?: Historically, teams were charged for data work and resources but with something like data mesh, they can manage their data and data costs far more efficiently. Framework processes, tools, and skills help teams to identify which data is valuable for their own or other domains and requires...

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