Datavault Builder Running on Snowflake’s Snowpark Container Services

In this video we do demonstrate how simple it is to run Datavault Builder on Snowflake Container services. Please be advised that Snowflake container services are as of now a public preview feature. As we haven’t completed regression and security testing on our side this is a outlook how the final service delivery will look […]

Direct Model GIT Check-In and Check-Out

Welcome to our short presentation video on Datavault Builder version 7.1! Today we’re diving into the exciting new GIT check-in and check-out feature that’s making agile development as simple as never before. With version 7.1, you can now create a new sandbox for distributed development with just a few clicks or API calls. This new […]

Is Data Modeling dead

Do we still need data models? What is the value of models? Why did data modeling failed in the past? How can we create data models? How can we create value by data modeling? All of this I try to answer in the following presentation.

Data Vault vs. Data Mesh?

Should I still do Data Vault if there is Data Mesh? In the past few weeks and months, I got these very interesting questions which brought up a several times. So, I try to explain here my understanding and my thoughts. If you have a diverging view, feel free to contact me on LinkedIn for […]

Do Equi-Joins always matter?

It happens that from time to time I comeacross some statements about how databases work and how they shall be queried. And I like to read those recommendations. Especially if they come with a theoretical explanation. But even more, I like to read those comments if they come with tests that prove what the theory […]

Third Normal Form (3NF) and the Data Vault OR How not to be afraid of the Data Vault

From time to time we receive an interesting question from people interested in using the Datavault Builder: Does the Datavault Builder DWH automation tool supports 3NF? The interesting answer is: yes. Though we have actively decided against a 3NF core because we believe that splitting the data into individual functions such as keys (hubs), relationships […]