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ACS members invited to DAMA’s Conceptual Modelling for Data Vaults event

Thursday, 21 Apr 2016

Graeme Port, a senior manager and leader specialising in enterprise-scale software development and systems deployment, will be presenting this talk at Enterprise Data World in San Diego in the third week of April and will be able to provide an update from the conference at this meeting.

The enterprise data pipeline stores, integrates and transforms data from source systems to reporting data marts.  Data Vault has proven itself as a key technology in the enterprise data pipeline because it is focused on business needs, provides an agile and manageable integration process, and meets historical reporting requirements.  Fact-Based Modeling is an effective approach for managing conceptual data semantics. In this talk we will show how Fact-Based Modeling can be used as a unified modeling approach that maintains conceptual integrity across the enterprise data pipeline from source systems, through data vault to dimensional forms.  Using the AdventureWorks database as an example, we will show how Fact-Based Modeling can be used to automatically generate a high-quality data vault data warehouse. 

Date:Wednesday 27 April, 2016
Time:5:30pm for a 6:00pm start
Venue:Level 1, 50 Lonsdale St, Melbourne

For more information and to register, please click here.