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 […]
i’ve begun researching data vault models on hadoop solutions, including hadoopdb and hive. recently i came across a number of articles which describe the solutions of hive and hadoopdb in detail on top of hadoop solutions. i had to take a minute to write this article, to explain my view points of using the data […]
super charge your data warehouse (my technical data vault modeling book) is now available on amazon for those that want it. i am working on releasing it to kindle, and itunes libraries.
the data vault model is not the be-all-end-all solution to data warehousing, it is a single evolutionary step forward, as it is a hybrid design. if you don’t feel pain in your current implementation, then you may not be a candidate for the data vault model and methodology.
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.