Date and Time
Wednesday July 22, 16:00 CEST (15:00 BST, 09:00 CST) - 1 hour duration
In 2020 a new wave of Data Warehouse development is enabling huge leaps in agility and productivity, as teams combine the gains provided by Data Automation tools, Data Vault modelling and Cloud computing.
We are delighted to be partnering with Data Vault Inventor and Founder, Dan Linstedt, and our partners at Scalefree, who for many years have provided consulting services built upon the tenants set out by Dan, as we walk through the advantages of implementing a Data Vault with a Data Automation tool such as WhereScape, and of running the resulting architecture in the Cloud.
During this 60-minute session, you will see:
- The advantages and agility provided by Data Vault modelling and the Cloud.
- A live demo of how to implement a Data Vault 2.0 with WhereScape Data Automation.
- How you can build a Data Vault 2.0 on prem, then move it onto the Cloud later.
At WhereScape we have seen impressive results for those companies that combine these elements. For example, semi-conductor manufacturer Micron in the USA has built the largest known Data Vault in the world with WhereScape on Snowflake, processing 3.2 trillion records every 24 hours. That’s 2.2 billion records from 10 manufacturing facilities worldwide into a data vault every 60 minutes, with sub-second query response times.
16:00 Introduction and Welcome
16:05 Why Run a Data Vault in the Cloud? presented by Dan Linstedt
16:30 Live demo of WhereScape Data Vault Express
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Your speaker for this webinar is:
Dan Linstedt, Inventor of Data Vault 2.0
Data Warehousing thought leader and Data Vault 2.0 inventor, Dan Linstedt has been big in the game since 1990. He runs the Data Vault Alliance and is understandably a very sought-after trainer and speaker on all things Data Vault. In 2016 he Co-founded Scalefree to support companies all over Europe to maximize the success of implementing Data Vault 2.0 within their daily operations. If you use his modelling style or you would like to know more about it, do not miss this opportunity to hear from the man responsible for the start of the Data Vault 2.0 Agile data warehousing movement.