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DIY Corporate Data Model: Develop your own corporate data model framework in 3 hours, using patterns

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DIY Corporate Data Model: Develop your own corporate data model framework in 3 hours, using patterns

DIY Corporate Data Model: Develop your own corporate data model framework in 3 hours, using patterns
MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 1 Hour | 704 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

In this fast-changing world, two demands are being made of us. Firstly, the business wants fast (read “Agile”) delivery timeframes. Secondly, they want today’s solutions to be well-architected so they don’t get thrown away tomorrow. There might appear to be a conflict to have the business demand fast and good, but in this world of executive accountability, you’d better deliver.

In many situations, the foundation for IT delivery is a robust and extensible corporate data model (CDM). And I mean one that can actually deliver business value, not one that costs a fortune but only sits on the shelf to be worshipped by passing data modelers.

Can a useful CDM be delivered in weeks, or even days or hours? By employing the proven data model patterns of David Hay, Len Silverston, and others, the resounding answer is, “Yes.” I’ve done it again and again, generating sufficient detail to remove roadblocks. This session will not only prove it is possible, but some of you will walk away with your own CDM foundation!

This session is going to be hands-on. Volunteers will be invited to offer their company as a real-life workshop exercise, and then the participants will collectively nominate which ones to tackle. The lucky ones chosen will end up with a CDM framework plus some supplementary material to facilitate subsequently growing their foundation into a viable, light-weight (yet robust) CDM. The goal for the rest of the participants will be to walk away with the skills and confidence, and the same supplementary material, to be applied in their home base.

DIY Corporate Data Model: Develop your own corporate data model framework in 3 hours, using patterns