June 25, 2021 By jason-mcalpin < 1 min read

We are excited to announce the new IBM Watson Knowledge Catalog Enterprise Plan on IBM Cloud.

The new IBM Watson Knowledge Catalog Enterprise Plan enables organizations to build a solid data governance framework so that users can understand their data better and sensitive data elements can be automatically detected and protected. All of this is delivered with a set of IBM Cloud Pak® for Data services, fully managed on IBM cloud.

Features include the following:

  • Enterprise business glossary
  • Policy management and enforcement
  • Reference data management
  • Predefined and customizable data classes and classification selections
  • Automatic profiling
  • Data quality score
  • Self-service and data prep

The new IBM Watson Knowledge Catalog Enterprise Plan includes key integrations with IBM Data Privacy, IBM Knowledge Accelerators and much more.

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For more information on IBM Watson Knowledge Catalog and our new key integrations, please review the following documentation:

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