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#datavault on-line implementation training portal open!

Published on 2012/03/05 by in Data Vault, News

To all, my new ton-line implementation training portal is now open at: http://LearnDataVault.com   It’s focus is classes that help you build and implement Data Vault style data warehouses, along with the ETL processes.  Some of the topics I cover include performance and tuning.

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Finland: #Datavault 2.0 Boot Camp and Private Certification

Published on 2014/04/07 by in News

Are you in Europe?  Interested in Data Vault 2.0 Certified Practitioner (CDVP2)?  I will be teaching a class in Finland in June!!

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2014 is the year of #DataVault 2.0

Published on 2014/03/06 by in Data Vault, News

Hello everyone, this post is about 2014 and Data Vault 2.0 – it’s been a long time in the making, and I am finally beginning to release information about the standards, best practices, what it contains (what it doesn’t), how to get Certified as a Data Vault Certified Practitioner, and so on.

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#datavault events I will be attending

Published on 2013/06/06 by in Data Vault, News

I realize it’s been a while since I posted, and for that I’m sorry.  I’m currently working on all new materials for my upcoming presentations.  I will be at a number of events this fall, starting this month.  If you can make it, I’d love to see you there! Read more…

 
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Mis-information about Data Vault

Apparently there is another book in the market about Data Vault Modeling.  While it has some interesting notions, it also has some false claims about the nature of Data Vault Modeling which need to be corrected.  Any time there is a disagreement between what’s available in the market (standards based) and what I produce as the standards, I would have to say that my standards are correct.  Particularly because I am the author and inventor of the Data Vault, and I have had years and years (since 1990) of R&D and implementation experience. Read more…

 
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#NoSQL, #bigdata, #datavault and Transaction Speed

Published on 2013/03/26 by in Data Vault

Like many of you, I’ve been working in this industry for years.  Like you, I’ve seen and been a part of massive implementations in the real world where #bigdata has been a big part of that system.  Of course, they’ve done this in a traditional RDBMS and not a NoSQL environment.  There’s even been a case where Data Vault has been used to process big data with huge success.  In this entry I will discuss the problem of big data, and discuss the RDBMS along side the NoSQL approaches. Read more…

 
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Announcing: #datavault certification site

Published on 2013/03/24 by in News

Hello everyone, I am sorry about all the recent web site outages.  We’ve worked very hard at rebuilding the sites, making them faster, and cleaner.  In the process we’ve built a brand new site for all things Data Vault Certification related.  Please check it out, let me know what you think!

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A short intro to #datavault 2.0

In this post I will introduce some of the items covered in Data Vault 2.0, I am refining and polishing the specifications at this time, and should be able to release them shortly. In the mean time, here are some reasons why DV2.0 is up-and-coming, what role it will play in the Data Warehousing landscape, why it’s important, and what DV2.0 certification is about. Read more…

 
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Is Star Schema modeling aligning to #datavault?

Published on 2013/02/07 by in Data Vault, News

You decide.  I recently read a new “tip” on the Kimball site regarding “new types” of slowly changing dimensions.  I received an email from my good friend Kent Graziano about the tip, but also reminding me that Bill Inmon wrote about this 20+ years ago in his original writings, and that I had added it to Data  Vault modeling 15+ years ago when I published the standard.

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#datavault modeling with @ERWinModeling

Published on 2013/02/03 by in News

Come join the web-cast!  I’m proud to announce that I am working with CA to help them become the worlds very first authorized Data Vault Tool.  We are kicking off the efforts with a series about Data Vault modeling and ERWin – come check it out. Read more…

 
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#datavault 2.0 Certification Announcements!

Published on 2013/01/23 by in Data Vault, News

Hello everyone, and happy new year.  I am proud to announce my new support for authorized and licensed trainers.  For the best possible certification experience, I encourage you to seek out authorized and endorsed trainers.  If they aren’t listed on my Teaching License page, then they are not currently authorized nor endorsed by me – the founder of Data Vault Modeling. Read more…

 
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