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Io-Tahoe Announces Machine Learning Smart Data Discovery Platform

By Ken Briodagh March 19, 2018

Io-Tahoe, a machine learning-driven smart data discovery company recently announced the launch of its smart data discovery platform at the Gartner Data & Analytics 2018 Summit, where it will showcase the product.

The new version includes the addition of Data Catalog, a new feature designed to allow data owners and stewards to use a machine learning-based smart catalog to create, maintain and search business rules. Also, it would help define policies and provide governance workflow functionality. It reportedly enables a business user to govern the rules and define policies for critical data elements. It allows data-driven enterprises to enhance information about data automatically, regardless of the underlying technology and build a data catalog.

"Today's digital business is driving new requirements for data discovery," said Stewart Bond, Director, Data Integration and Integrity Software Research, IDC. "Now more than ever enterprises are demanding effective, and comprehensive, access to their data - regardless of where it is retained - with a clear view into more than its metadata, but its contents as well. Io-Tahoe is delivering a robust platform for data discovery to empower governance and compliance with a deeper view and understanding into data and its relationships."

Increasing governance and compliance demands have created a dramatic opportunity for data discovery. Io-Tahoe's smart data discovery platform uses an algorithmic approach to auto-discover rich information about data and data relationships. Its machine learning technology looks beyond metadata, at the data itself for greater insight and visibility into complex data sets, across the enterprise.

The technology-agnostic platform spans silos of data and creates a centralized repository of discovered data upon which users can enable Io-Tahoe's Data Catalog to search and govern. 


Ken Briodagh is a writer and editor with more than a decade of experience under his belt. He is in love with technology and if he had his druthers would beta test everything from shoe phones to flying cars.

Edited by Ken Briodagh

Editorial Director

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