April 16, 2021 By Kyle Daye < 1 min read

Starting April 16, 2021, Watson Knowledge Catalog customers on IBM Cloud will have access to the following new governance capabilities delivered by IBM Cloud Pak® for Data as a Service.

  • Assign IBM Watson Knowledge Catalog service roles and permissions in IAM to control which users can perform which actions.
  • Use categories to organize all your governance artifacts and the users who can view and manage those artifacts.
  • Create your own classifications.
  • Create your own data classes.
  • Define more relationships between governance artifacts.
  • Create reference data sets to define values for specific types of columns that can be used as data-matching criteria for a data class.
  • Create governance rules to provide a description of your governance criteria.

Learn more

For complete information on the new governance capabilities, how to upgrade to the new experience and to determine when these capabilities are available in your region, please see What’s new.

More from Analytics

In preview now: IBM watsonx BI Assistant is your AI-powered business analyst and advisor

3 min read - The business intelligence (BI) software market is projected to surge to USD 27.9 billion by 2027, yet only 30% of employees use these tools for decision-making. This gap between investment and usage highlights a significant missed opportunity. The primary hurdle in adopting BI tools is their complexity. Traditional BI tools, while powerful, are often too complex and slow for effective decision-making. Business decision-makers need insights tailored to their specific business contexts, not complex dashboards that are difficult to navigate. Organizations…

IBM unveils Data Product Hub to enable organization-wide data sharing and discovery

2 min read - Today, IBM announces Data Product Hub, a data sharing solution which will be generally available in June 2024 to help accelerate enterprises’ data-driven outcomes by streamlining data sharing between internal data producers and data consumers. Often, organizations want to derive value from their data but are hindered by it being inaccessible, sprawled across different sources and tools, and hard to interpret and consume. Current approaches to managing data requests require manual data transformation and delivery, which can be time-consuming and…

A new era in BI: Overcoming low adoption to make smart decisions accessible for all

5 min read - Organizations today are both empowered and overwhelmed by data. This paradox lies at the heart of modern business strategy: while there's an unprecedented amount of data available, unlocking actionable insights requires more than access to numbers. The push to enhance productivity, use resources wisely, and boost sustainability through data-driven decision-making is stronger than ever. Yet, the low adoption rates of business intelligence (BI) tools present a significant hurdle. According to Gartner, although the number of employees that use analytics and…

IBM Newsletters

Get our newsletters and topic updates that deliver the latest thought leadership and insights on emerging trends.
Subscribe now More newsletters