Data Access: A Quick Guide to Governing Users and Data in the Marketplace

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  • Data access is all about personalized marketplace user experiences.
  • From a technological standpoint, data access is all about entitlements and permissions (e.g., RBAC).
  • Just because users buy data doesn’t mean they want a boring data marketplace experience.
  • There are four data access methods in a data marketplace: subscription, one-time purchase, on-demand, and services.
  • The more data products in a marketplace, the more a user should be exposed to those different products.

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Revelate’s whitepaper offers an overview of the key aspects involved in managing data access within a marketplace.

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