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Traditional Data vs Big Data: NoSQL Data Modeling

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ATTENTION ALL BI/DW AND ANALYTICS PROFESSIONALS
Dear TDWI St Louis BI/DW and Analytics Professionals,
We cordially invite you to attend our upcoming TDWI St Louis Chapter meeting on June 3, 2016.  Come meet other local professionals, swap business cards, share ideas, and exchange career advice while listening to quality presentations in a vendor-neutral setting, which is the hallmark of TDWI education. Our speakers will be DW/BI end-users reporting on their success and lessons learned implementing various BI tools or projects. Please see our detailed meeting agenda below.


When:

June 3, 2016 at 8:00- 12:00

Where:

 

The BJC Learnings Center
8300 Eager Road
Brentwood, MO  63144
 

Topic:

Traditional Data vs Big Data:  NoSQL Data Modeling  

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Agenda:

8:00 – 8:30

Networking and Registration

8:30 – 8:50

Introductions and Chapter Business

8:50-10:00

Presentation: NoSQL Does Not Mean NoDataModeling.
Steve Hoberman, Conference Chair at Data Modeling Zone

Abstract

NoSQL implementations are often built with little or no data modeling…or at the other extreme completely over-architected – both ends of the spectrum producing suboptimal results.  In this presentation, understand how data modeling contributes to the process of learning about the data, and is therefore a required technique, even when the resulting database is not relational.  We will explore what distinguishes NoSQL from a relational database, and what distinguishes a relational database from relational modeling. We will cover the optimal situations each of the four types of NoSQL databases can be used.

10:00 – 10:30

Break and Networking

10:30 – 11:45

Presentation: Conceptual, Logical, and Physical NoSQL Data Models  
Steve Hoberman, Conference Chair at Data Modeling Zone

Abstract

In this presentation, learn a streamlined approach to data modeling that ensures the NoSQL database will be built with a thorough understanding of the current requirements, as well as designed to handle future needs. We will cover conceptual, logical, and physical data modeling and how each stage increases our knowledge of the data and reduces assumptions and poor design decisions.

11:45 – 12:00

Q&A, Raffles, and Wrap-up

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Bio of Presenter

Steve Hoberman
Steve Hoberman has trained more than 10,000 people in data modeling since 1992. Steve has written many books on data modeling including the bestseller Data Modeling Made Simple. One of Steve’s frequent data modeling consulting assignments is to review data models using his Data Model Scorecard technique. He is the founder of the Design Challenges group, Conference Chair of the Data Modeling Zone conference, frequent blogger, recipient of the 2012 Data Administration Management Association (DAMA) International Professional Achievement Award, and highest rated tutorial presenter at Enterprise Data World 2014 and 2015.

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