the third in the series of treating data as an asset, when dealing with machine generated data sets, how do you identify and attach a meaningful business key?
a short introduction to data vault 2.0, and a discussion of the old standards of data vault 1.0 – along with some information about where dv2.0 is going, and the future of data vault
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.
i’ve been reflecting on recent events, and having some great discussions with many of you in the community. for that, i thank-you. i wanted to take a minute to return to the roots of the data vault, and why it was created in the first place. i will also do my best to provide a […]
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) […]
a few days ago i received some questions about data vault models, normalization, 6th normal form and so on. in this post i will share with you the questions i received, as well as the answers i think apply to these questions. if you have additional answers, please feel free to add a comment at […]
a short first look at what it might take to integrate data vault modeling with hadoop.
that’s right! my book is coming to amazon, kindle, and the itunes store. it will be released soon in hard-copy print for those of you that want it. in case you missed the announcements about my book or my new upcoming technical class, you can check it out here: http://DataVaultAlliance.com/secrets-revealed/dv-implementation-special-invite/ get on the list today, […]
a presentation about data vault that i gave in november 2009 to irm uk / dama conference. please leave me a comment.