Locking in a Data Vault
Posted on October 10, 2018
So, I’m playing a little with words here. I’m certainly not advocating locking anybody or anything in a Data Vault. I want to share how you can lock in success as you design and deliver your new Data Vault. This post is aimed to specifically assist your development team.
Most of us are challenged by change. And developers are little different. They are typically very comfortable with a set of design approaches and tools learned in the past and it routinely frames their perspective on how to tackle the future. Combining the comfort of old ways with the tight timeframes and pressures of today’s business requests seldom leads to taking time to explore new options. As a result, it is easy for teams to be weighed down by outdated, limiting approaches to data infrastructure.