i’ve been considering many of these questions over the years, and now would simply like to share a few thoughts about the basic nature of the data vault model. i hope in future posts to share additional thoughts about the methodology. in this post, i will try to return to basics. try to explain what […]
there seems to be an interest (again) in having a short and simple “business value” definition of the data vault model & methodology. that said, i will do my best to list it as succinctly as possible. however, i would love to hear your thoughts on what you think is business value, and whether or […]
there are a lot of comments, and questions out there about the data vault model, particularly from those who claim to know it and understand it. yet some of them have a) not engaged me, nor b) gone to take the certification class. reasons for the dv model are buried in the methodology – a […]
warning: this post is not for the faint-of-heart who are easily offended. this post is a short life-lesson about my cat, doing the same thing over and over again. and how, i’ve experienced life in business intelligence projects around the world – doing the same thing over and over again and yet, expecting different results.
a long written response to a well-thought out comment about a successful dimensional data warehouse. including the values and benefits of the data vault.
a couple of questions came to me through e-mail, and i think these questions are important enough for the world to see the answers. i’ve protected the country, and the name of the retailer, but you can see – you’re not the only one struggling to understand the data vault. if you are struggling, please […]