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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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#datavault 2.0 boot camp & Private certification – Germany

Published on 2014/09/22 by in News

Another opportunity to get certified in Data Vault 2.0 in Europe! In fact, there are TWO opportunities coming up. The first is with my partner: Doerffler & Partner.  This is your LAST CHANCE to get DV2 certified before the new year!!  Find out what the buzz is all about, learn why DV2 is SO MUCH MORE than just “a hash key”, upgrade your certification to DV2!!  Enroll in the class today!

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#datavault @ DataModelingZone Sydney 2015

Published on 2014/09/12 by in News

I’m pleased to announce that I will be at DataModelingZone conference in Sydney – 2015.  If you register with the code LINSTEDT you will receive $100 off the registration fee.  Come see what Advanced Data Vault 2.0 is all about!!  Come to a hands-on workshop, and work through a case study with peers!  Hope to see you there.  http://www.datamodellingzone.com.au/

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2014 #datavault 2.0 Boot Camp – Germany, #bigdata #nosql

Published on 2014/08/22 by in News

Announcing BRAND NEW Data Vault 2.0 Boot Camp & Private Certification in Germany, December 2014!  Get your seats NOW, as they are filling up fast.  I’m teaching!  sign up here: http://www.mid.de/en/data-vault-training

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#NoSQL platforms and #datavault curiosity, #bigdata, #datamodeling

Published on 2014/07/01 by in Data Vault

I recently had the pleasure of an e-mail exchange with regard to NoSQL platforms (one in particular), and the use of Data Vault Models.  I need to start by saying that this post is published with permission of the author of the email question.  In this post I will dive a little deeper in to the work that Sanjay Pande, Michael Olschimke, and I are working on together around Big Data, NoSQL, Data Vault Modeling.  This is all still work in progress.  I am more than happy to entertain corrections, additional thoughts, comments, and questions – just post them at the end of the blog. Read more…

 
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#DataVault 2.0 Boot Camp in September, Kentucky USA

Published on 2014/07/01 by in News

To all those interested, I will be holding my first and only Data Vault 2.0 Boot Camp and PRIVATE Certification in September, in Kentucky, USA at the offices of Clear Measures.  If you are interested in attending, this is the place to be!

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#datavault 1.0 and Data Vault 2.0 do NOT compete.

Published on 2014/06/30 by in Data Vault

For those of you wondering about the differences, the similarities, and the components of DV1 versus DV2, wonder no more.  In this post I will expose (at a high level) the pieces in DV1 and DV2.  As you may or may not know, I am the inventor and founder of both DV1 and DV2 techniques.  This entry is at the business level, and describes the components without diving in to the technical details. Read more…

 
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#bigdata, logfiles and Business Keys? #nosql, #datavault, #asset

Published on 2014/06/30 by in Data Vault

Welcome back for those of you following my series of posts.  Thank-you.  For those who haven’t read my posts yet – (yes, that’s you), why not?  (just kidding), anyhow, this is the third in a series of posts on Big Data, Data Lakes, turning data in to an asset for your organization.  In this entry I will discuss business keys, data vault, with a focus on machine generated files (which have no good natural business key – or so you say). Read more…

 
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Why Business Keys are Asset Valuation Pieces, #bigdata, #nosql, #datavault

Published on 2014/06/30 by in Data Vault

In my previous entry I spoke about the nature of data lakes, and data swamps.  I introduced two central themes to making unstructured data and multi-structured data useful (ie measurable as an asset to the business).  In this post I will dive a little deeper in to the notion of business keys, why they are important, and the kinds of business questions you can and shouldbe asking from ANY business intelligence solution. Read more…

 
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Is Data Your Most Important Asset? #datalake, #nosql, #bigdata, #datavault

Published on 2014/06/30 by in Data Vault

In the coming posts I will be discussing data as an asset, and turning data in to information.  But in order to get there – we have to step back and first understand this notion of data lake, data swamp, NoSQL, Big Data, and Unstructured data.  We need to take a serious look at how all of these systems play together – or can they play together?  The problems with today’s data gathering is just that, we create data junkyards and data swamps by simply dumping more data into a common data store – without regard to it’s impact to business, IT, and the costs that it bears. Read more…

 
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#datavault 2.0 Executive Meet & Greet in @CityOfSydney in August

Published on 2014/06/22 by in News

I am proud to say that the implementation of Data Vault 2.0 continues to gather momentum in Australia. I am visiting Sydney again in August to train and certify a large number of data modeling personnel within a Financial Services / Insurance company. I am seeing increasing interest in the application of Data Vault 2.0 principles within the realms of Agile/SCRUM, CMMI Level 5, big data, real-time, unstructured data, Hadoop, MPP databases and NoSQL. Contact my Australian Partner Analytics8 to learn more about Data Vault 2.0, engage them for your implementation or train and certify your personnel.

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