Data pipelines make your strategy more efficient and avoid outdated information, and other vulnerabilities. Data contracts help automate and safeguard them.
Database schemas establish and maintain database form and function, which is why a schema deserves its own support structure to ensure it can evolve as needed.
Searching OLTP vs OLAP is a good way to learn about two complementary processing systems. But it's also a window into how professional POVs can be problematic.
Semantic data models are increasingly vital—helping ensure both humans and machines can understand big data. And data contracts can help them work better.
Data engineers are increasingly responsible for ensuring data collaboration translates to business success. And the right POV makes all the difference.
Centralizing data off-site to increase data quality, scalability, and operational efficiency, DaaS can be a huge advantage—if implemented correctly.
Data transfer objects benefit a wide variety of organizations. But it's important to understand their ubiquity comes with issues (plus how to mitigate them).
Data contracts hinge on the age-old idea that preventing data disasters is a lot easier (and cheaper) than fixing them when they happen. Learn why.
Discover why now, more than ever, data quality needs to take precedence over the sheer quantity of data we rely on.
What is data governance? Find out the definition, its framework and pillars, along with key roles and responsibilities. Create an effective governance solution.
Take your business’ decision-making to the next level by following the best practices for data producers. They can ensure your data is accurate and consistent.
Class is in session as we break down the fundamentals of data modeling, its different forms, and why it's often a source of contention in the data space.
The ins and outs of data consumption seem obvious. But business leaders need to appreciate that data consumers are as varied as they are voracious. Learn why.
Understanding data debt is key to keeping modern organizations out of the deep end. Learn what causes data debt, and what you can do to stay ahead of it.