an executive viewpoint on why standards matter, and how you can optimize and mature your edw / bi solution today.
another round in the arguments as to why standards are important. again, if there is feedback, i welcome it.
it’s been a while since i blogged about features and functionality of the data vault, but here is an entry that discusses something i’ve been talking about since 2001. dynamic data warehousing. this is the next step beyond active data warehousing / operational data vaults. (more…)
a short trip down memory lane, explaining how data vault got it’s name
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 […]
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?
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)
hello everyone, i am sorry about all the recent web site outages. we’ve worked very hard at rebuilding the sites, making them faster, and cleaner. in the process we’ve built a brand new site for all things data vault certification related. please check it out, let me know what you think! http://www.datavaultalliance.com
come join the web-cast! i’m proud to announce that i am working with ca to help them become the worlds very first authorized data vault tool. we are kicking off the efforts with a series about data vault modeling and erwin – come check it out.