DMM10 - Speakers & Presentations

 Really impressed with the event and the contacts that we made there...  AG (sponsor)

 ...interesting speakers - that guy from Bloor - speaking about migration to graph databases. I wanted more! .... KV (delegate)

Below are the speakers lined up so far. Additional speakers will be added shortly.

Christina Robinson - A View From the Top

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Christina brings 30 years + experience in programme management, project management and business analysis to DMM10. Her ongoing, first-hand, experience includes executive level management of large business transformation projects, with a crucial Data Migration stream, for a range of sectors.  She is ideally placed to give us the purchasers perspective of data migration, particularly:

  • The importance of business involvement in delivering projects from conception to sign off and beyond

  • Focus on data ownership and responsibilities for data quality

  • External stakeholder and contract management

  • Negotiation skills to manage conflict resolution

Dylan Jones - Data Quality, the bedrock of Data Migrations

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Dylan Jones is a well-known authority on Data Quality and Data Migration.  As editor of the websites Data Migration Pro and Data Quality Pro and an active practitioner, he is ideally positioned to speak on the blend of the two disciplines – an essential requirement for successful delivery.  Come listen to this entertaining speaker, with a depth of industry knowledge and bring your burning questions on either data migration or data management to put to the great man in person.

Johny Morris - Introducing PDMv3

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Practical Data Migration (PDM) is the only enterprise application migration methodology publicly available. It’s author, Johny is both an industry authority and a hands on practitioner with over 20 years devotion to data migration.

The first edition of PDM was published back in 2006. But our industry constantly evolves, and a second version appeared in 2012. With the mainstreaming of agile, cloud platforms and advances in profiling and collaborative software, plus the advent of migrating to SaaS platforms, the landscape has shifted yet again, calling for a new edition of Practical Data Migration - PDMv3 - due out at the end of the year.

Get a sneak preview of the changes and additions that will bring PDM bang up to date.

Steve Farr - Software Support for Data Migrations

With 25 years IT experience behind him and a thorough understanding of the role software support of data management and data migration at Director level, Steve is ideally placed to explain how the strategic use of appropriate software can de-risk and accelerate successful data migration projects.

Sune Visti Petersen - Financial Institution, Data Migration Engine

Sune has a background in the banking industry where he has run risk, data, IT and analytics functions for banks including Danske Bank and Barclays for over 20 years. Sune is an experienced executive and keen entrepreneur who enjoys embracing anything challenging.

Sune willl be introducing SDC, a banking data centre in Scandinavia. With the assistance of SDC staff, Sune will show how SDC has successfully established a highly predictable, industrial-scale data migration platform, capable of onboarding new banks quickly, with a minimum of resources, on time, on budget and with quality.  Migrating new banks is now business as usual for SDC.

I found it very useful, both the talks and the software demo
— K.D. (Delegate)