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Egeria introduction

In this session, you will learn about the function and value of Egeria along with the key concepts and use cases it supports.

About Egeria

Beginner Material

If you have already watched the Egeria introduction presentations you may find you can skip this section

Test yourself
  • Which of the following are part of the Open Metadata Manifesto?

    1. Metadata needs to be centralized so it can be managed.
    2. Maintenance of metadata must be automated.
    3. The availability of metadata management must become ubiquitous.
    4. Metadata access must become open and remotely accessible.
  • Name 3 tools that could connect to Egeria.

  • Name a metadata standard."

Project Resources

Source Code & Issue Tracking

Egeria is an open-source project available under the Apache-2.0 license. This is a permissive license that gives a lot of flexibility of what you can do with the software.

As with many open-source projects, Egeria is hosted on GitHub, and divided into a number of repositories.

Take a look at the main Egeria repo. This is where the core code is stored, and where we track any Issues in core Egeria.

As you work through this Dojo you may find problems with our documentation - perhaps something is wrong, or unclear. Our Documentation is managed in egeria-docs and you can raise Issues there.

Note

We will revisit these other repositories & explain what they are used for in more detail another day.

Slack

Another useful resource to help you as you work through these Dojo sessions - whether it is problems, questions, or about topics unrelated to the Dojo, you can join our LF AI & Data Slack workspace. Once you've done so, look at the channels beginning 'egeria-'. '#egeria-dojo' has been set-up to support this learning activity.

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