Dan Linstedt and LearnDataVault.com announced that they will be organizing the first International World Wide Data Vault Consortium from 20th to 22nd March 2014 at St. Albans, VT. AnalytiX Data Services will be sponsoring this event.
On this occasion, the CTO of AnalytiX Data Services Michael Boggs said, “Being a leading data integration and data services provider focusing on automating manual processes such as the ‘manual’ source to target mapping and ETL Processes, we thought this event will be a nice opportunity for attendees to learn Data Vault and understand the Data Vault roadmap and – which focuses on BigData and further accelerating the EDW/BI Process. Another reason why we decided to sponsor this event has basically to do with our groundbreaking software products which compliment Data Vault: Mapping Manager and AnalytiX Litespeed Conversion.”
“Being a BI/DW expert myself, I have a very good understanding of all the pains, pitfalls and effort that goes into ensuring that these complex system get built correctly with accuracy and standards – That’s where AnalytiX DS Mapping comes in. Using Mapping Manager® customers can ‘map’ legacy systems to their Data Vault EDW Structures and then Auto-generate ETL jobs for leading ETL Tools directly from Mapping Manager®. We will also be launching new Code-Gen templates and services which can automatically create the ETL Jobs for Data Vault implementations to further accelerate delivery for Data Vault customers. Attending customers will receive a free Data Vault Code-Gen template to automate the Data Vault ETL Processes. Now Data Vault customers not only have an AGILE EDW methodology, they also have an AGILE Data Mapping and Code-Generation for automated ETL Code-Generation via Mapping Manager®!”, Mr. Boggs continues.
Dan Linstedt, the founder, and inventor of the Data Vault said, “We are hosting an event that brings together all the data vault professionals from across the globe. We believe this event will give a platform to everyone to share their experiences and get insight straight from other experts. We will also be discussing Data Vault 2.0, what it is, how it advances the Data Vault school of thought, and how it ties in to Big Data, NoSQL, and Hadoop platforms.”
It is to be noted that this is the first annual World Wide Data Vault Users Group Meeting. This event will be a series of round tables with pre-set topics, a few presentations from customers and consultancies, and networking time. Some of the other topics will also include: Unstructured Data, and leveraging new pieces like Map Reduce, Hive, and HBase.