Governance and Compliance are difficult to enforce in any environment, and even more difficult to enforce in a Data Lake which has many moving parts where users can interact with the data. Traditional systems and manual enforcement required all users to record the governance of what they did on the lake, ensuring they were recording and updating their most recent activity.
This required that all users have the technical knowledge to update and maintain Governance
tools and catalogues. This often resulted in users forgetting to update their actions or
incorrectly coding the solution on the system. If all required actions are not 100% accurately
recorded, there is a gap in your Governance and records, and it is not complete.
This is the reason why more and more companies are removing the human element from the
Governance and Compliance process and automating it instead.
Automation ensures all key actions are recorded correctly and at the right time eliminating gaps in the recorded data and ensuring 100% compliance.
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