for many years, i have built, authored and maintained the #datavault standards. this includes data vault 1.0, and data vault 2.0. there are others in the community who believe that “these standards should evolve and be changed by consensus of the general public”. (more…)
hello everyone, i have been able to help teams achieve one day sprints for delivery with data vault 2.0! i am happy to say, that following disciplined agile delivery (dad by scott ambler and mark lines) that we can reduce the sprints to half day or one day. in this entry i will talk about […]
another walk through data vault 2.0 and hash keys.
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.
in this entry i discuss how and why i arrived at the dv standards. it seems there is a push out there to modify the standards, and i want people to understand what they should go through before proposing changes to the model and methodology.
a short set of reasoning as to why the dv is more than just theory. it’s truly based on applied science.