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Slides: Data Modeling and Relational to NoSQL

Data Modeling and Relational to NoSQL from DATAVERSITY To view the On-Demand Recording of this presentation, click HERE>> This webinar is sponsored by: About the Webinar Databases are like languages: it’s very useful to know more than one. NoSQL databases promise better performance, scaling, lower cost of ownership, and flexibility for many use cases. With recent […]

2021 DATAVERSITY Top 20

As 2021 draws to a close, we here at DATAVERSITY HQ want to take some time to reflect on the highlights (and lowlights) of this year. What kinds of content made you jump for joy? Which Data Management topics most helped data people succeed in and advance their careers? With in-person events on hold for […]

Data Modeling Trends in 2022

A data model should show the relationships that exist between various customers, concepts, products, among many. Data Modeling describes the creation of a visual representation (a chart or diagram) of a data system, or parts of that system. It is used to display and communicate connections between objects/concepts and shows their relationships. The goal of […]

Tales of Data Modelers

Reading Larry Burns’ “Data Model Storytelling” (TechnicsPub.com, 2021) was a really good experience for a guy like me (i.e., someone who thinks that data models are narratives). I agree with Larry on so many things. However, this post is not a review of Larry’s book. Read it for yourself – highly recommended. Reading it triggered […]

A Strategic Approach to Data Quality

“To tackle today’s Data Quality challenges, you need a more strategic approach,” said Nigel Turner, Principal Consultant, Global Data Strategy. Turner spoke at the DATAVERSITY® Enterprise Data Governance Online (EDGO) Conference about Data Quality Management, what it entails, and how to succeed by aligning it closely with two other disciplines. What is Data Quality Management? […]

Data Architect vs. Data Engineer

Data careers are becoming increasingly important and popular all across the globe, simply because “data” is the new currency of the data economy. The Pandemic gave the needed push to accelerate the digital transformation of global businesses, and currently, the primary market differentiator is an enterprise’s data infrastructure readiness. This data infrastructure comprises systems, processes, […]

What Is a Knowledge Graph?

A knowledge graph, which can be considered a type of ontology, depicts “knowledge in terms of entities and their relationships,” according to GitHub. An example of a knowledge graph is shown below. Knowledge graphs developed from the need to do something with or act upon information based on context. For example, knowledge graphs help identify […]

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