primary key options for data vault 2.0 this entry is a candid look (technical, unbiased view) of the three alternative primary key options in a data vault 2.0 model. there are pros and cons to each selection. i hope you enjoy this factual entry. (more…)
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…)
Download it here: DVModelingSpecs2-0-1 (Newer versions will be maintained only on https://dataVaultAlliance.com, but as promised, this one is free). (more…)
hello everyone, apparently there are those out there in the market place who are spreading false rumors – they believe that i am only in data vault for the money. let me put these rumors to rest right now. (more…)
a fact based look at hashing and sequences and collision strategies in data vault 2.0 standards.
a short look at why the data vault standards are the way they are.
a short entry explaining the thought process behind the switch in dv2 away from sequences over to hash keys. also describes some of the issues if natural or business keys are selected instead of hashes as primary keys in the data vault model.
opened up #datavault modeling standards wiki for the world to collaborate. have fun!
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)
false claims made in hans hultrgens’ book about data vault modeling