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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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Events, Classes and Calendar for 2013

Published on 2013/01/17 by in Data Vault, News

In this post I will announce my schedule for Data Vault 2.0 Training and Certification for 2013, along with other approximate and critical dates.  If you are interested in training (on-site/on-line, or otherwise) please contact me. Read more…

 
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Sticky Areas, Sweet Solutions in Data Vault Modeling

Published on 2013/01/07 by in Data Vault

First off, happy new year to everyone.  This post dives in to two of the most sticky problem areas for Data Vault Modelers, and suggests some basic workable solutions for these.  I encourage you to post your solutions as comments to the bottom of this entry.  The two most troublesome areas to model are: addresses and people. Read more…

 
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#datavault, #bigdata #hadoop making progress

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…

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Sky Diving Without a Parachute…

Published on 2012/11/30 by in Data Vault, News

Would you go sky-diving without a parachute?  Well, if you simply “jump” on the NoSQL bandwagon with your data warehouse, that is exactly what you are doing.  This post is additional exploration and information around Hadoop, Big Data, NoSQL, and Data Warehousing.  Data Warehousing on NoSQL is “generally” a whole new ball game. Read more…

 
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Introduction to Hadoop, Big Data and Data Warehousing

Published on 2012/11/26 by in Data Vault, News

This is an introductory look at Data Warehousing as an industry and it’s application or use with the Hadoop base platform.  I cover only some of the fundamental challenges, benefits, and issues we face when we are told to move existing data warehouses on to a Hadoop  base platform. Read more…

 
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#datavault and #automation – reduce and reuse

There is a lot of talk about Data Vault automation.  In this post I discuss the easiest method possible to automate the loading of Data Vault. Read more…

 
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Announcing Data Vault Version 2.0 – The Evolution

Published on 2012/10/05 by in Data Vault

What is Data Vault 1.0?

The current iteration of the Data Vault was created over 20 years ago and published over 10 years ago. Systems and technologies evolve. So do architectures and methodologies.

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Data Vault 1.0 Modeling and Loading Standards

For many many years I have written and maintained Data Vault Standards v1.x.  Well, I’ve released them on Amazon for you.  These are the DV1.0 Standards, and are the same standards document I used to hand out in my certification classes.

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Notes on Data Vault and Teradata

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.  Please note, if you notice that I have quoted or stated something incorrectly, please by all means, leave a correcting comment below.

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