I work as a Research Assistant at a large Educational organization (10,000+ employees)
Currently, I'm researching Data Governance tools.
Can you share some sort of feature comparison between Collibra Governance, Informatica Axon, IBM Data Governance, and ASG Enterprise Data Intelligence features (or some of those products) for Data Governance?
Architecture Sr. Manager, Data Design & Metadata Mgmt at a insurance company with 10,001+ employees
01 September 22
Besides features, don't forget to look at user experience and software performance. One of your choices is significantly lacking in both areas. You might consider adding erwin Data Intelligence Suite to your list. Something you might find interesting: Alation vs Collibra vs Quest (erwin) 2022 | Gartner Peer Insights You can change the products you are comparing, seeing how others have rated the tools you are looking at.
I work at a Tech. company and I would like to compare Microsoft Azure Purview with IBM Data Governance. Which one would you choose and why?
Also, would you choose IBM Data Governance over other products for data governance?
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