Hello everyone, I’ve posted the slides from the Advanced Architecture Conference in Denver. Most of these slides are similar to the ones I posted a few days ago, but there is a brand new section here – that section introduces and discusses Operational Data Vault (operational data warehousing).
A short but very opinionated excerpt on the state of BI and in-database analytics, where it’s going and what it should be.
A short trip down memory lane in exploring MD5 hashes as primary keys in the Data Vault. I also discuss the business Data Vault, and the operational data vault in passing.
This is a very short entry that discusses Operational Data Vault (or ODS modeled in a Data Vault method). There are a lot of moving pieces to this concept, depending on how it’s utilized. I do encourage you to seek my assistance with this concept.
This posting describes operational Data Vault nature, the question is how does ODV support CRUD?
A short discussion on combining raw data vaults with business vaults in the context of achieving an operational data vault and high performance.
A very brief introduction to operational data vaults, and unstructured data – and why these are hot trends in 2010.
I answer a customers question about Operational Data Vault, triggers, and staging areas.
In this entry I dive into Operational Data Vaults, introduce the concept – where it fits, and what types of things to expect from a system such as this.