DAMA NYC

An Organization For Information Management Professionals 

The Data Administration Management Association of New York, DAMA-NYC, explores the role of information management in today's competitive global market place. DAMA-NYC events bring together the best and the brightest to present and discuss the new strategies which are changing the way business is done in the information age.

DAMA-NYC is the organization for business executives with information needs, for information managers who must be aware of emerging management techniques, and for information management professionals who wish to acquire the latest skills.

 


 

Next Meeting

Dan Lindstedt & Robert Scott; Introduction to DataVault - a business use case
Introduction to DataVault - a business use case
March 15, 2018
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
NYU KIMMEL CENTER Rm It has been updated to room KC 905/907 9AM -1PM
60 Washington Square South Room It has been updated to room KC 905/907 9AM -1PM / 75 PPL
New York, NY 00000

$0.00 member ticket

$20.00 Guest ticket

 

Dan Linstedt

Dan Linstedt

President, Empowered Holdings, LLC

Bio:

Dan Linstedt is the creator of the Data Vault Model and Methodology and the Data Vault 2.0 Architecture. He is also the author of the Amazon #1 Best Sellers Super Charge Your Data Warehouse and Building a Scalable Data Warehouse Using Data Vault 2.0.

He is a serial entrepreneur with multiple successful startups in the technology automation and technology education space and has been a thought leader and influencer in the Business Intelligence segment for over 2 decades.

The father of Data Warehousing, Bill Inmon has called the Data Vault the optimal model for the DW 2.0 framework. Other thought leaders in the industry have praised it too and it has been consistently proving itself with customers and consultants with success after success in almost every vertical including defense, banking, insurance, retail, high tech and even transportation.

Overview of Data Vault:

This session will present and discuss a basic understanding of Data Vault modeling, methodology and architecture.  We will cover the reasons for it’s existence, why it's important to business, and focus on understanding how it applies in today's world of enterprise data management.  This session will not only introduce and define the concepts, but will walk through a few business use cases that are in practice today.  From Agility to Implementation, to the proper data model for your enterprise data warehouse, the Data Vault can help you solve these problems and more. This session will be followed by Robert Scott, from Yale University who will provide a use case to demonstrate the value of using Data Vault.

* What is a Data Vault?

* How did it come to be?

* What business issues does it address?

* How does it apply in a NoSQL Big Data Landscape?

*  Business use case to demonstrate the value of Data Vault

 

Agenda

09:00 - 09:30 Breakfast & Registration

09:30 - 11:30 Dan Linstedt, Overview of Data Vault

11:30 - 12:00 Break

12:00 - 01:00 Robert Scott, Yale University Use Case using Data Vault