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IDERA Webinar: Lean Data Modeling for any Methodology

To view just the slides from this presentation, click HERE>> Original Air Date: June 18, 2019 This Webinar Sponsored by: About the Webinar With changes in software development methodologies, the role of the data modeler has changed significantly. In many organizations, data modelers now find themselves on the outside looking in, relegated to documentation “after […]

Data Modeling in the Machine Learning Era

Machine learning (ML) is empowering average business users with superior, automated tools to apply their domain knowledge to predictive analytics or customer profiling. The article What is Automated Machine Learning (AutoML)? discusses a prediction that by 2020, augmented analytics capabilities will play a key role and be a “dominant driver” in the growth (and purchase) […]

Timely Concerns in Data Models

Click to learn more about author Thomas Frisendal. The Component Parts of Data Models Back in March 2019 I published a post here on DATAVERSITY® titled The Atoms and Molecules of Data Models. The objective was to scope ”a universal set of constituents in data models across the board”. I used this classic data model, […]

Sigma Announces Visual Data Modeling, SQL Runner and One-click Snowflake Integration

According to a recent press release, “Today at the inaugural Snowflake Summit in San Francisco, Sigma, an innovator in cloud business intelligence (BI) and analytics, announced its forthcoming release of a visual data modeling capability, SQL Runner, and one-click Snowflake integration, allowing anyone to explore data in cloud warehouses and generate insights in minutes. Sigma’s […]

Data Models That Build Themselves

Click to learn more about author Mike Brody. Self-service Business Intelligence (BI) is about bridging the knowledge gap that has historically separated business professionals from their data. It’s about doing away with intimate knowledge of information systems as a prerequisite for finding out last quarter’s growth margin. And when it comes to replacing SQL statements with […]

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