Another walk through Data Vault 2.0 and Hash Keys.
Houses the basic standards and rules to follow when implementing Data Vault
Short discussion on “just what a Data Vault stadard” is and should be.
A brief look in to what to ask, and how to go about challenging the Data Vault modeling standards (if you really want to know)
False claims made in Hans Hultrgens’ book about Data Vault Modeling
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, […]
I am still working on the details, however they are showing serious signs of progress. This is a short entry just to update you on where I am in the details… (more…)
To alleviate the confusion and answer questions in the market place, I have released the Data Vault 1.0 Modeling Standards, and Data Vault 1.0 Loading Standards on Amazon.com
In this entry I will explore the use of implementation of Data Vault on Teradata. However, this entry is applicable to everyone in the Data Vault community, as it covers definitions and descriptions of primary keys, indexing, surrogate keys, natural keys, and performance and tuning.
New Data Vault Certification Tracks, more cost effective, easier to take, build on your existing experience. Come find out what the buzz is about!
Data Vault 2.0 has been in the lab for over 3 years now. It is time to evolve, to offer some pain relief to those of you struggling with joins, performance and partitioning on the physical level. DV2.0 is a specification that solves a few of the issues that are brought on by the strict […]