a look at the data vault landscape for 2016, including wwdvc and a variety of enhancements that are happening around the world.
in this entry i’ll start with a year in review (2014), and then move on to discuss the new pieces i’m bringing to market in 2015. i am super excited to announce what is coming this year, including (at long last) my dv2 boot camp & private certification course on-line!! it will be available very […]
unfortunately the world today wants to mistakenly compare and contrast chickens and ducks. well i am in the process of writing a full compare and contrast white paper that i will soon release that i hope goes through all the right points. this post will cover just a few points – if you are a) […]
once again my friends, someone has decided to put an interesting entry up asking the age old question: why is data vault model so important? along with several other questions, they admitted they cannot see the value. however, the author posted his words not in an attacking type of manner (as others have done in […]
hello everyone, i’ve posted the slides from the advanced architecture conference in denver. most of these slides are similar to the ones i posted a few days ago, but there is a brand new section here – that section introduces and discusses operational data vault (operational data warehousing).
after posting the cats and star schemas, i was just asked about the inmon approach and the data vault. this is a video entry regarding that subject.
hi folks, in case you missed my presentations at the data vault seminar in the netherlands – you can check out the new seminar by bill inmon, in colorado (just outside denver) in september: http://www.inmoncif.com/2011conference/ i’ll be presenting new innovations in data vault modeling at the conference. i’ll be discussing some of the finer points […]