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14 August 2017 | By: Mark Madsen
Mark Madsen, president of Third Nature Inc., discusses the rise of the data vault as a database modeling method that provides long-term historical storage from multiple operational systems. Madsen discusses how this enables users to look at historical data that deals with issues such as auditing, and trace data to determine where it originated.
07 August 2017 | By: Adrian Bridgwater
Adrian Bridgwater of Forbes Magazine covers how WhereScape is now working with cloud data warehouse company Snowflake to implement instantaneousness infrastructure automation into Snowflake's domain.
04 August 2017 | By: Chris Mellor
Chris Mellor of The Register mentions WhereScape in a round-up of enterprise storage news and mentions how the company simplifies and automates the design, build and population of data warehouse tables.
23 March 2017 | By: Colorado Christian University
Colorado Christian University presented a case study on CCU’s use of WhereScape’s automation software to create a Microsoft SQL enterprise data warehouse — a breakthrough that has significantly reduced the time required to develop and deploy reports on student retention, financial aid, student success, and enrollment trends.
By: Colin Barker, ZDNet
WhereScape President and Founder Michael Whitehead talks about the past, present, and future of the date warehouse.
By: Adrian Bridgwater, Forbes
There’s a trend in IT firms. CEOs and evangelists like to try and coin the next major buzz phrase with the word ‘data’ in it. There’s big data, fast data, data analytics, data provenance, time-series data and then there are data lakes, data marts and the data warehouse.
By: Nick Ismail, Information Age
The data management lessons we can learn from Moneyball and Donald Trump (and how to turn ‘straw into gold’ in the process).
By: Sam Pudwell
An interview with Michael Whitehead, CEO & founder of WhereScape, about big data, BI and the importance of analytics.
News Articles | By: Steve Swoyer, Upside
Two years on, Vodafone's big risk is a rip-roaring success, Driessen points out. "I can now present the customers with data that's one hour old. We've accelerated the delivery [of applications]. The time it takes to add or change things [that are missing, not quite what the business wanted, etc.] to an application has gone from months to days."
News Articles | 17 October 2016 | By: Rob Mellor, General Manager, Mainland Europe, WhereScape
All too often business applications are designed with masses of functionality that are created to justify an expensive upgrade path but result in users only exploiting small percentages of the available functionality. Perhaps though, the tide is starting to turn.