On September 28-29, 2015, we will be in Hamburg, Germany to talk about Anchor modeling at Data Modeling Zone. There will be an intro to Anchor modeling aimed at those who do not know it yet, but it will be based on the very latest research we have done, so we would also recommend it to those who are already familiar with Anchor. For those who want a bit more depth there will also be an advanced half day workshop, where we look into a case that concurrent-reliance-temporal modeling beautifully solves. Finally, we will also be taking part in a panel discussion about the future of data modeling! We are really excited to be on the road again.
There are some exciting news we would like to share with you at the conference as well. Like talking about a 40TB implementation that replaced a NoSQL solution, with significantly better performance for both loading and querying. There are also a couple of Open Source efforts. One being PostgreSQL support for the tool and the other a metadata driven data warehouse ETL and automation framework for loading Anchor models. Finally, there is also a scientific paper on its way that dives into the theory behind concurrent-reliance-temporal Anchor modeling.
If you have specific questions, there’s always the chance to grab us between or after sessions. Let us know in advance, though, if possible!
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Good to see there is an implementation on Vertica a column based MPP. I’m curious about the specific implementation stuff on Vertica.
Also good to see there is coming a paper on the CRT version.
Keep on the good work 🙂