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Data Modeling is Dead…Long Live Schema Design!

By   /  June 13, 2018  /  Data Architecture Blogs, Data Architecture News, Articles, & Education, Data Blogs | Information From Enterprise Leaders, Data Education, Data Modeling Blogs, Data Modeling News, Articles, & Education  /  No Comments

Click to learn more about author Pascal Desmarets. Reality or not, the perception nowadays is that Data Modeling has become a bottleneck and doesn’t fit in an Agile Development approach.  Plus, with NoSQL being “schema-less”, perception often is that there is no need for Data Modeling ahead of coding.  You may pretend that it is not […]

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Tackling the Challenge of Transforming Unstructured Data into Actionable Intelligence

By   /  May 21, 2018  /  Big Data Blogs, Big Data News, Articles, & Education, Data Blogs | Information From Enterprise Leaders, Data Education, Database Blogs, Database News, Articles, & Education  /  No Comments

Click to learn more about author Ibrahim Surani. A lot has been said about the enormous value that businesses can derive from their information assets. However, when it comes to weighing the benefits and challenges associated with leveraging big data, it is easy to overlook a key underlying issue: More than 80% of all data […]

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Data Architects and Data Modelers: The SQL/NoSQL Debate is Dead

By   /  May 16, 2018  /  Data Architecture Articles, Data Architecture News, Articles, & Education, Data Articles | Data Science, Business Intelligence, & More, Data Education, Data Modeling Articles, Data Modeling News, Articles, & Education, Database Articles, Database News, Articles, & Education, Education Resources For Use & Management of Data  /  No Comments

Karen Lopez  says that when it comes to surviving as a Data Architect, “Hybrid is the future.” It’s no longer enough to speak only one language or stay attached to one set of technologies. According to Lopez, “purely relational (SQL) databases don’t exist any longer,” since most applications developed now use various types of database […]

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Applied Use of Docker Containers and Database Clones

By   /  March 20, 2018  /  Data Blogs | Information From Enterprise Leaders, Data Education, Data Governance & Data Quality | News & Articles, Data Governance Blogs, Database Blogs, Database News, Articles, & Education  /  No Comments

Click to learn more about author Paul Stanton. This is Part 2 of the “Docker Containers and Database Cloning for DBAs, Data Governance, and IT Decision Makers” Series. Part 1 of the series is at: Docker Containers and Database Cloning for DBAs, Data Governance, and IT Decision Makers: An Introduction, it provided an introduction to […]

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How to Make Decisions About Data Modeling Relationships in Databases

By   /  March 5, 2018  /  Data Blogs | Information From Enterprise Leaders, Data Education, Data Modeling Blogs, Data Modeling News, Articles, & Education, Database Blogs, Database News, Articles, & Education  /  No Comments

Click to learn more about author Thomas Frisendal. When you face highly connected data, you might have to choose between Relational vs. Graph. Which one is better? The answers became clear to me, when I asked people from both camps using two (non-scientific) questionnaires. It is not rocket science, but you still need to do […]

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Docker Containers and Database Cloning for DBAs, Data Governance, and IT Decision Makers: An Introduction

By   /  February 5, 2018  /  Data Blogs | Information From Enterprise Leaders, Data Education, Data Governance & Data Quality | News & Articles, Data Governance Blogs, Database Blogs, Database News, Articles, & Education  /  1 Comment

Click to learn more about author Paul Stanton. The industry is buzzing about Docker Containers and their rapid adoption.   It’s not widely known, but MySQL, Postgres, and NoSQL are among Docker’s most popular images.  Microsoft has joined the fray with Docker as a feature of Windows Server 2016 and Windows 10, and SQL Server 2017 […]

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DevOps, DataOps, and Data Repositories

By   /  January 8, 2018  /  Data Architecture Blogs, Data Architecture News, Articles, & Education, Data Blogs | Information From Enterprise Leaders, Data Education, Database Blogs, Database News, Articles, & Education, Enterprise Information Management, Information Management Blogs  /  No Comments

Click to learn more about author Paul Stanton. There is a disconnect between the goals of DevOps, and the realities of working with relational data.    Relational databases are core to many enterprise applications, and the Gartner Group projects that 80% of new projects will rely on relational data through 2020 (available courtesy of Microsoft here).  […]

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The Data Logjam Facing DevOps and Digital Transformation

By   /  December 4, 2017  /  Data Blogs | Information From Enterprise Leaders, Data Education, Data Governance & Data Quality | News & Articles, Data Governance Blogs, Database Blogs, Database News, Articles, & Education, Enterprise Information Management, Information Management Blogs  /  No Comments

Click to learn more about author Paul Stanton. Cloud Computing and DevOps are dominant themes in computing today.   AWS, Azure, Google, and others compete to provide greater agility, while reducing enterprise cost of building, running, and protecting information services.    Progress is being made in DevOps strategies, with new leadership and organizational culture, combined with tools […]

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Knowledge Maps – Structure Versus Meaning

By   /  October 18, 2017  /  Data Blogs | Information From Enterprise Leaders, Data Education, Data Modeling Blogs, Data Modeling News, Articles, & Education, Database Blogs, Database News, Articles, & Education  /  4 Comments

Click to learn more about author John Singer. We are at an inflection point in the process of designing and building computerized systems.  Let’s be honest – even with the explosion of new data technologies we are still building the same unit record processing systems from the 60’s, although with a bit more sophistication than an […]

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